In each location he stops, he’s talked to audiences about the horror of human trafficking.
“I can’t imagine riding 12,000 miles on a bike. But at 7 p.m., he’ll be speaking at Forest Lake Camp conference center,” said Erickson.
That’s the most important part of his mission, he said.
“It’s nearly impossible to identify someone who is trafficked; they’ve been coerced into being there, and they are held there by fear,” Zambrows said. “It’s a very, very heavy topic. It’s a very difficult discussion to have. But as long as someone is having that discussion, the more likely we are to do something about it.”
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