SAN DIEGO — Did you know that there are at least 3,000 trafficking victims in San Diego County every year and 80% of sex trafficking victims in San Diego are born in the US?

The Rock Church has partnered with A21, a global organization who is committed to fighting human trafficking, for a walk in San Diego that aims to make every single person aware of the issue. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. with the walk kicking off at 10 a.m. on October 19 at the Rock Church El Cajon campus. Walkers are urged to arrive early to hear from survivors and local officials who are fighting trafficking.

The walk on Saturday will be one of hundreds all across the world on the same day.

News 8 was joined by human trafficking survivor Natalie Jensen and Rock Church Anti-Human Trafficking Ministry member Robin Warner to hear not only the story of a survivor, but also to talk a little bit about what can be done as a solution.

Register for the walk here

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