Not In My Town
About the Book
Even with major antitrafficking efforts in place around much of the country, sexual exploitation, forced labor, and agricultural slavery continue as the norm in many places of the United States . . . probably even in your own backyard. Exploring leads in their own hometown area of Atlanta, investigators Charles Powell and Dillon Burroughs unearthed an ugly truth—a dark subculture of human trafficking in their own neighborhood. Their unforgettable look into the secret world of America’s modern slave trade led to a global undercover operation to rescue victims from today’s greatest form of evil. Join their gripping journey that will shock readers and motivate a new generation to join the struggle for a nation—and world—where every individual can respond to slavery with Not in My Town.
About the Author
Charles J. Powell is an author, adventurer, abolitionist, and civil rights activist whose real life reads like best-selling thriller novel, from encounters with Soviet spies at the end of the cold war to his work as a bodyguard for royalty to living undercover in the War on Drugs. Powell appears on television, speaks at conferences, and writes for numerous publications on a variety of topics from human trafficking to postmodernism to terrorism. He is an alumnus of Trevecca Nazarene University…
Dillon Burroughs is an American minister, human rights activist, and leading voice in the modern abolitionist movement. His main focus has been to further the rights of human-trafficking survivors in the United States, including serving on the board of directors for Home of Hope and the Mercy Movement. He is also cofounder and executive director of the American Coalition of Abolitionists, a nonpartisan network of leaders fighting human trafficking and modern slavery in America and beyond. His first book with…
Size: 6 x 9 Inches
Page Count: 192