Human Trafficking Videos

Flight Attendant Union Says We Can Be 100,000 Eyes in the Skies to End Slavery

The Blue Lightning Initiative enlists workers in all modes of transportation to take part in a national effort to uncover modern day slavery. The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, AFL-CIO (AFA) is working with Congress to make this program mandatory at all of our airlines – training Flight Attendants to be the Eyes in the Skies necessary to identify and report human trafficking.  VIEW VIDEO >

Flight Attendants Need Training to Recognize and Report Human Trafficking

Flight Attendant Kathryn Gill shares her story about a situation that made her uneasy and could have been a case of Human Trafficking. At the time, she didn’t have any tools to report the incident or the information to know what to do. That’s why she took it upon herself to get trained to recognize and report human trafficking, but she knows so much more needs to be done to help stop trafficking through aviation. VIEW VIDEO >

Human Trafficking Victim Asks Flight Attendants for Help

Alicia Kozakiewicz, a survivor of human trafficking and founder of the Alicia Project, tells her story and relays how crucial it is that employees on the frontline of this crime are trained to recognize and report it. The Alicia Project proudly supports the Association of Flight Attendants’ call on Congress to mandate training introduced two years ago by DHS and the DOT to train airline personnel and equip them with the tools to accurately identify and report human trafficking. To pledge your support, go to and to learn more about Alicia’s efforts to uncover this heinous crime, go to aliciaproject.orgVIEW VIDEO >

“To Catch a Predator” host Chris Hansen for Airline Ambassadors

Former “Dateline NBC: To Catch a Predator” host Chris Hansen is proud to support the human trafficking awareness efforts of Airline Ambassadors. Airline Ambassadors is actively working to train flight attendants and other airline and airport employees to recognize the signs of human trafficking on airplanes and at airports, and how to report suspected cases. VIEW VIDEO >