by Stephanie Bowman and Mar Brettmann
Does Seattle Have Slavery?
After a year of travel restrictions, empty middle seats, and deserted terminals, air travel is back. Airport officials at Sea-Tac International Airport (SEA) are reporting the busiest weekends since the pandemic began as millions of Americans follow through on long-delayed vacations and trips.
The typical air traveler may be concerned about long security lines or crowded flights. But there is another more sinister danger that airport employees and travelers alike must be alerted to — human trafficking.Continue reading OPINION: We Cannot Continue to Ignore Human Trafficking