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  • Joy's story

    Joy Anderson is a survivor of human sex trafficking. Adopted and raised in a Christian home in Aiken, SC, Anderson became enslaved at 21 years old. The lure of acceptance, protection and a false sense of love held her prisoner for seven years. Today she is free and has gotten her voice back helping others in Cabarrus County.

Joy Anderson is a survivor of human sex trafficking. Adopted and raised in a Christian home in Aiken, SC, Anderson became enslaved at 21 years old. The lure of acceptance, protection and a false sense of love held her prisoner for seven years. Today she is free and has gotten her voice back helping others in Cabarrus County. Jeff Siner The Charlotte Observer
Joy Anderson is a survivor of human sex trafficking. Adopted and raised in a Christian home in Aiken, SC, Anderson became enslaved at 21 years old. The lure of acceptance, protection and a false sense of love held her prisoner for seven years. Today she is free and has gotten her voice back helping others in Cabarrus County. Jeff Siner The Charlotte Observer

Caught in modern-day slavery, she thought she’d die. Could this NC idea help others?

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