You haven’t seen much about the daughter of Vice President Mike Pence in the press. She has stayed far from the spotlight since her father took office in Washington DC. But now Charlotte Pence has made some of her thoughts known in public.
The Vice President’s daughter has shown her support on Thursday for “End It.” It is a campaign by 16 non-profit organizations to end modern-day slavery and human trafficking.
The apple has fallen very far from the tree. This is an issue Charlotte Pence has advocated for previously. Part of the proceeds from the sale of her 2018 book “Marlon Bundo’s A Day in the Life of the Vice President” went to A21. They are a group fighting trafficking, and she participated in “End It’s” red X campaign which took place last year.
According to “End it,” there are an estimated 40.3 million people in slavery around the world, and modern-day slavery generates an estimated $150.2 billion annually in profits.
American lawmakers have taken steps to fight human trafficking in the United States. In March of 2018, the Senate passed the Stop Enabling Sex Trafficker Act. This legislation was meant to close a loophole that allowed websites where trafficking was facilitated to avoid responsibility for enabling it.
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