The exhibit is called “Sold” and allows people to experience the effects of human trafficking first hand. Part of the exhibit focuses on Tri-Cities and how thousands of men and woman are exploited as slaves every single year. Many of the attendees we spoke to were astounded by what they learned.
“It just amazes me at just how little I knew. You don’t hear about it on the news, you don’t hear about it in magazines, newspapers. I just really had no idea. It was a huge eye-opener,” says Cory Sjoboen. He experienced the exhibit.
Source: KEPR TV