MINNEAPOLIS - You can not imagine the stories. Girls and boys and transgender youth forced into sex acts all to make money for people who are dealing them like playing cards.
Thursday is Human Trafficking Awareness Day, putting a spotlight on sexual slavery and human trafficking worldwide.
With the Super Bowl around the corner, one organization wants that light to shine on a very real and very dire problem here in the Twin Cities. Chris Hrapsky reports.
Passageways Shelter and Housing Program provides emergency shelter beds for youth ages 13 to 17 and housing for youth ages 16 to 24 who have been victims of sex trafficking. For more information, click here.