Photography exhibit at Hartsfield-Jackson focuses on human trafficking survivors

A traveling art exhibit with portraits of human trafficking survivors is making a week-long stopover at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport's domestic terminal atrium.

The portraits by photographer J.Shotti are of 20 women from across the country who are survivors of human trafficking, with a focus on their accomplishments "as an antidote to the stereotypes" of victims, according to a description of the exhibit from Girls Education and Mentoring Services.

The exhibit called "More Than a Survivor" will be on display in the atrium through June 22.

Delta Air Lines, Hartsfield-Jackson and Rotary International worked to bring the exhibit to the airport. Delta said its SkyMiles frequent flier members can donate miles to Polaris, a nonprofit that runs a human trafficking hotline.


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Kelly Yamanouchi
Kelly Yamanouchi
Business reporter Kelly Yamanouchi covers airlines and the airport.