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What could be less controversial than fighting human trafficking? In a world thick with moral fog, trafficking may be the only thing left that virtually everyone is still willing to label "evil.
But even here, criticism comes. The Metro article mocks how vast funds and effort are poured into anti-trafficking efforts, often with puny verifiable results. It describes the massive campaign unleashed before the Super Bowl in Indianapolis, which included training 3, people to spot signs of trafficking and placing 40, bars of soap emblazoned with a trafficking hotline in hotels across the city. In the end, just two arrests that week qualified as trafficking-related incidents. Critics seize on statistics like these to claim that anti-trafficking crusades do more for the people promoting them than for any supposed victims.
They cynically assume that most advocates are driven by desire for personal identity and public branding as "champions of justice" and "modern-day abolitionists. It's money. It's all about more money, more manpower," concludes one critic interviewed in the article. This big issue is a boondoggle. Any effort to address deep human need will draw similar criticisms.
Cynics will seize on the errors and less-than-hoped-for results that inevitably come with any effort to bring mercy and justice. They will demonstrate that descriptions of the problem are overblown, that advocates have mixed motives, that proposed solutions might be making things worse.
And these critics will almost certainly be at least partially right! Which is why we need to start with listening. But some of the critique will also be deeply misguided. Critics themselves also have blind spots.
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They can be driven by past hurts, misled by their own cynicism, and quick to impute their own motives to others. So the imperative of listening and self-critique must be counterweighted with wisdom described well by Teddy Roosevelt: "It is not the critic who counts. The credit belongs to the [one] who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming.
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