Betty Ann Boeving

Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition

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Founder and Executive Director of the Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition

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As the Bay Area prepares to host this weekend's NFL showdown between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers, there's possible new evidence of a "dark side" to the Super Bowl.

Human Trafficking: The Dark Side of the Super Bowl

As the Bay Area prepares to host this weekend's NFL showdown between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers, there's possible new evidence of a "dark side" to the Super Bowl.

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