TAT is a group of LSU students firmly committed to playing our part in the abolition of human trafficking
Human trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act
Every year, millions of men, women, and children are trafficked worldwide – including right here in the United States
Tigers Against Trafficking is a group of LSU students firmly committed to playing our part in the abolition of modern day slavery. Our heart is to mobilize both the student body and local community to actively address this injustice on a global scale. No one person can fight this alone, but together we can be a powerful force against injustice.
Tigers Against Trafficking has three main objectives:
1) Awareness– The average American has no idea this crime is happening all over the globe including our nation.
2) Activation -- Once a person is aware, our goal is to activate them toward being part of the solution by connecting them with local and global opportunities to combat trafficking via their time, talent, and skills.
3) Advocacy – Our core principle is to work for the victims and with the community to eradicate slavery.