A splash of color in your hair can start a conversation - and with the topic of sex trafficking, that can make a real difference. That's the hope of Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin, teaming up with a local barber shop for sex trafficking awareness month.
Victim advocate Shelby Mitchell, and program supervisor of the sexual assault center, Tiana Vanseth, joined Brittany Falkers and Nate Stewart on Local 5 This Morning to talk more about the services they provide, and how their hair color is sparking up meaningful conversations.
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