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The This Is Our City team had been doing a lot of work telling stories of the creative ways Christians were working to end sex trafficking in Portland. And then we realized that we were missing one very important voice, that of a victim. We met Jessica Richardson and she graciously offered to share her story with us. It is equal parts heart breaking and inspiring.

For more of Jessica's story, click here to read her interview with Katelyn Beaty on Her.meneutics.

'All I Was Good for Was Sex'

Behind the mind-numbing statistics are stories of actual people living the horrors of being trafficked.

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