Anna Rodriguez, more than any other documented person in the United States, reaches into the night and grabs the hands of those stolen through human trafficking. She then does everything within her power to pull them out and put them back together.
Human trafficking has infiltrated Human trafficking has infiltrated not only the international community but the United States with the annual Super Bowl being a prime area for trafficking every year, unknown to the public. Ma’am Anna is the first-ever human trafficking rescuer memoir. It puts readers courageously and unmistakably inside human trafficking and chronicles how one woman dared to track and hunt traffickers and recover our stolen human beings being sold as property. She is a modern-day abolitionist recognized as a hero by former President George W. Bush. Her efforts have led to the formation of the Florida Coalition on Human Trafficking.
Ma’am Anna shows that one person can make a difference and readers experience not only the raw reality of what happens when a person is trafficked but the joy of reading survivor updates.