The Market Church
Feb. 28th at 7:00 p.m.
1314 Jones Street
Omaha, NE 68102
The underground world of sex trafficking is something Rachel Davis, 31, knows all too well.
"From the age of six to 16, I was trafficked here in Omaha," said Davis.
It's been 15 years since then Davis was apart of that world.
She tells us it all began close to home, with a neighbor as her sex trafficker.
"The first time I was sold was next door to my own home," said Davis.
But it didn't stop there. "I was then sold, to homes mostly, all over Omaha," said Davis.
She tells us she was forced to do atrocious sexual acts, many times with multiple people in a night. It was fear, Rachel said, that was what made her submit to it all.
But also, "Eventually drugs and alcohol were introduced," said Davis.
She wasn't alone, she remembers seeing other children. The reality is Nebraska is a big sex trafficking state.
Davis found her way out on her own, but local groups want to send the message that there is help. One of those groups is Lost and Found based out of Lincoln, and on Friday February 28th at 7:00 p.m. The Market Church is bringing them to Omaha through a ladies night event to combat local human trafficking.
Admission is free, but only ladies are allowed. Along with food, there will also be entertainment. Musicians that will be playing are Desmond K, King Paloma, and Edem Kegey.
If you have any other questions contact The Market Church by clicking the link labeled "The Market Church."