Texas has a significant problem with human trafficking.

The Department of Justice identified I-10 and IH-35 as major trafficking routes as an estimated one out of every five men, women, and children, who are victims of human trafficking, pass through Texas. Twenty-five percent of all human trafficking victims nationwide have, at one point, been located in Texas, either as a pass-through point or a place where they are long-term captives.

About San Antonio Against Slavery

San Antonio Against Slavery (SAAS) is a member of the Alamo Area Coalition Against Trafficking (AACAT). Our purpose is twofold:

  • Increase awareness and educate about human trafficking
  • Help develop networks and resources

Our meeting and workshop programs are on human trafficking related topics. We invite you to attend and learn more about modern day slavery, and the work of modern day abolitionists. See what's coming up next on our Events page!

All are welcome to actively participate in the SAAS mission to end human trafficking.

While it's daunting - and at times depressing - to attempt to understand human trafficking on a global and local level, it's also empowering. Once you know the realities of human trafficking, you're better prepared to raise awareness and start taking action.

SAAS holds meetings and workshops throughout the year, with guest speakers
and a variety of program topics related to human trafficking.

Check back regularly and visit our Events page to find out about our next meeting!

You can also email us at: info@SAAgainstSlavery.com.