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Welcome to SEE: Students Ending Exploitation! We are a collection of like-minded students from a wide variety of backgrounds. We carry a strong drive to share knowledge with our peers about human trafficking in order to prevent it.
This webpage and our social media accounts are a resource for other students who may want to educate themselves more on the topic. Informing yourself and others is a great way to have peer empowerment and to take action within the community! 

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Meet our Leadership Team

Alicia Garcia

I joined the SEE because I realized what the Justice Coalition is doing is something really special and I wanted to be a part of that.

Fun fact about me: In my free time, I love to write.

Daniel Neufeld

In the midst of the crazy year of 2020, it felt like I had to do something to take action. I am aware that some of the most frequent targets for human trafficking are my age (teenagers), and it infuriates me to my bones knowing that there are people like me who are in a position where they have no control over their lives, who they are, or their future.

Fun fact about me: I am a musician. I play the drums, percussion, piano, ukulele, and guitar, and write my own pieces as well.

Rebecca Lee

I decided to join SEE because human trafficking is a major worldwide issue, and I want to do what I can to help prevent people from becoming victims. SEE is all about peer-to-peer awareness, so I will be able to reach other youth in a way that many adults may not be able to.

Fun fact about me: I’m a huge Sherlock Holmes fan.

Michael Neufeld

I joined SEE because I was looking for ways to get involved in my community, and one of the staff reached out to me asking if I wanted to get involved. And here I am now!

Fun fact about me: I’m a musician! I love playing music, learning instruments, and nerding out over anything musical.

  • Not getting paid for their labor
  • Not free to change employers
  • Being controlled by someone else
  • Being forced to do something they don’t want to do
  • Has been cheated into payment of debt upon arrival

You, he, or she may be a victim of human trafficking and eligible for free assistance.

Call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888.373.7888 for more information. Or, text INFO or HELP to BEFREE (233733)

Contact us at 559.725.1865 for support, resources, and consultation. You can also contact the Fresno Police Tip Line at 559. 621.5950