"14, 88" is a code among neo-Nazis and white supremacists referring to one of two 14-word pledges repeated by members of the Aryan Nation: "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children" or "Because the beauty of the White Aryan woman must not perish from the earth." The repetition of "88" refers to the eighth letter of the alphabet, "H," which is how neo-Nazis abbreviate "heil Hitler" so they can quietly signal each other.
There's a concept called "Baneposting" where trolls fill comment sections with references to a line spoken by Tom Hardy's character, Bane, to Aidan Gillen's character during the opening scene of The Dark Knight Rises.
The advisory committee also worked to expand its research and intervention program beyond the United States and Europe.
In 1929, a need to expand into the Near East (Asia Minor), the Middle East and Asia was acknowledged.
Increased urbanization and young women entering the workforce led to greater flexibility in courtship without supervision.
It is in this changing social sphere that the panic over "white slavery" began.
There are vast media campaigns which are designed to be informative to the public, as well as policy makers and potential victims.
Several acts such as the Emergency Quota Act of 1921 and Immigration Act of 1924 were passed to prevent emigrants from Europe and Asia from entering the United States.
4chan is so enamored with it that they once attempted to crowdsource a letter to Aidan Gillen in 2014.
Sex trafficking in the United States is a form of human trafficking which involves reproductive slavery or commercial sexual exploitation as it occurs in the United States.
The United Nations reports that 4 million people a year are traded against their will to work in one or another form of servitude.
The measures against trafficking of women focus on harsher criminal legislation and punishments, and improving international police cooperation.