FAIRMONT — More than 30 demonstrators carried signs and waved at vehicles Saturday along the Gateway Connector in East Side Fairmont to raise awareness about human and child trafficking. Members of Bikers for Christ and Operation Underground Railroad came together with the help of protest organizer Holly Smith. Demonstrators carried signs that read “Children are not for sale!,” “Every 30 seconds, someone becomes a slave,” and “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves.”
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