Nonprofit plans shelter for sex trafficking victims in Charlottesville


Laurie Seaman and Tony Lin, who both serve on the board of the faith-based organization The Arbor, explain their mission to open a shelter for victims of sex trafficking in Charlottesville to a group of service providers in a presentation at the Albemarle County Office Building. Photo: Mohamed Boraie

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