The tractor-trailer exhibit includes actual artifacts from trafficking cases, and action steps to help prevent human trafficking.  -  Photo: Work Truck

The tractor-trailer exhibit includes actual artifacts from trafficking cases, and action steps to help prevent human trafficking.

Photo: Work Truck

Ryder is hosting the Freedom Drivers Project, a national mobile exhibit by Truckers Against Trafficking, for its employees to build awareness of the realities of human trafficking and the measures to combat it.

Truckers Against Trafficking’s Freedom Drivers Project is a first-of-its-kind mobile exhibit that educates the public about the realities of human trafficking and the ways the trucking industry is combating this form of modern-day slavery.

The Freedom Drivers Project has traveled more than 15,000 miles to educate the public to recognize and report human trafficking. The exhibit depicts the nature of sex trafficking and provides steps anyone can take to help victims.

The tractor-trailer exhibit includes actual artifacts from trafficking cases, portraits of the real Truckers Against Trafficking, and action steps anyone can take immediately after walking out of the exhibit to help prevent human trafficking.

The mobile exhibit will be on Wednesday, September 28 at Ryder System, Inc. HQ.

 

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