Last week, student organizers at the College of William and Mary organized Tribe Against Trafficking, a week-long series of events devoted to ending sex trafficking. With panel discussions, the event is raising awareness and helping students not only to see that, it is far more easy to end of being trafficked and nobody is 100 percent safe, but they also inform about how to spot warning signs, help victims and how ethical choices can help to eliminate human trafficking.

Interesting is their approach to show how small choices can impact the whole trafficking business. Ethical shopping, instead of mindless consuming, helps to fight labor trafficking.