The Hidden Truth of
Human Trafficking in Pennsylvania
What does human trafficking look like across the country and in Pennsylvania? The reality faced by trafficking victims within our local communities is hidden within homes and schools and shelters throughout the region. Through the highest standards of journalism and fact-finding, On the PULSE shines a light on the local sex trafficking plaguing our region in an effort to reduce this terrible stain on our society.
DISCLAIMER: This film includes a fictional dramatization. All names, characters, and incidents portrayed in the drama sequences are fictitious. No identification with actual persons (living or deceased), places, buildings, and products is intended or should be inferred.
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Content Warning: This documentary contains sensitive content that may be inappropriate for children under the age of 12. Mature themes such as sexual assault, abuse, rape and violence will be discussed.
An Important Story
What does human trafficking look like across the country and in Northcentral, Pa.?
- 27 Million people in the world are slaves to Human Trafficking
- In the United States, 200,000 children are trafficked each year
- Route 15 in Pennsylvania is a known corridor for transporting trafficking victims
Through the highest standards of journalism and fact-finding, On the PULSE shines a light on the pass-through and local sex trafficking to raise awareness about this terrible stain on our society.
Noah launched his own videography company in 2019, and in 2020 teamed up with On the PULSE to ramp up video production and content. He is dedicated to engaging the community through his passion for cinema and story-telling.
Anne has been a journalist for 10 years. She lives in Lycoming County and founded On the PULSE to create a new and engaging way to bring local news to the region of Northcentral, Pennsylvania.