Journal / Book Title
The QAnon conspiracy threatens anti-trafficking education because of its broad dissemination and focus on a range of myths about trafficking. These myths are rooted in historic and ongoing misinformation about abductions, exploitation, and community threats. This article examines the extent of QAnon’s co-optation of human trafficking discourses and evaluates its connection to trafficking myths, particularly related to gender, race, class, and agency. From this perspective, the article considers how anti-trafficking education can respond to these myths and build a pedagogy in the age of Q.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Benton, Bond and Peterka-Benton, Daniela, "Truth as a Victim: The challenge of anti-trafficking education in the age of Q" (2021). School of Communication and Media Scholarship and Creative Works. 30.
B Benton and D Peterka-Benton, ‘Truth as a Victim: The challenge of anti-trafficking education in the age of Q’, Anti-Trafficking Review,issue 17, 2021, pp. 113-131, https://doi.org/10.14197/atr.201221177