<p>A group of girls in Westchester County, inspired by what they saw students accomplish after the mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida, have launched a campaign to fight human trafficking in response to News 12's eight-month "Slavery in Suburbia" investigation.</p>
<p>In part three of the four–part series, News 12 investigative reporter Tara Rosenblum shares, for the very first time, a stunning story of modern-day slavery that happened in Harrison.</p>
In a Power & Politics special, News 12's Tara Rosenblum shines a spotlight on trafficking across several communities in the Hudson Valley.
<p>In part four of the four–part series, News 12 investigative reporter Tara Rosenblum shows how thousands of women and children are being sold in places you'd least expect.</p>
<p>Lawmakers and police are taking action in the wake of the eight-month “Turn to Tara” investigation into human trafficking across the Hudson Valley.</p>
<p>In Part two of the four–part series, Rosenblum talks to one of the victims who was forced into the underground sex trade before she was even a teenager.</p>
<p>In a Turn to Tara special series, investigative reporter Tara Rosenblum examined how trafficking is happening every day, in every community, in our region.</p>
Some 40 years after roller derby first appeared on the national athletic stage, the sport is starting to make a comeback in Westchester. Westchester's Suburbia Roller Derby League, a nonprofit club owned