Each year, more than 3,600 children in the state of Georgia are sold for sex. That staggering number seems so unbelievable that it can be hard to marshal resources to stop it.
So Street Grace, a charity that works to end domestic sex trafficking of minors, created a billboard no one could ignore. Through a mile of Atlanta traffic stretched a line of 72 schoolbuses, enough to contain 3,600 kids. Emblazoned on the sides of the yellow vehicles were the grim statistics and calls to “Stop Traffick.”