Prisoners Among Us 

Human trafficking isn't just a distant horror. It's happening in Richmond. On the front lines of a new abolitionist movement.

Andrea Valencia-Bailey sits on a granite slab beneath the Interstate 95 overpass at Main Street Station. Her gaze darts between the street and the parking lot, watching for comings and goings that raise red flags. "I've had a client who's been recruited…

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