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Anti-trafficking work is entering a new era. In the past 2 years, the global pandemic and renewed calls for racial justice forced advocates out of their comfort zones to meet the needs of survivors. We have made tremendous progress, but the approach and tools we have used to prevent and address human trafficking have fallen short. We must push beyond the constraints of the past in terms of what we believe human trafficking is, how we support survivors and hold traffickers accountable, and what effective prevention looks like. Join Freedom Network USA to commemorate 20 years of progress and to reimagine what is possible in the anti-trafficking work ahead.