Not Alone: Survivors and Activists

Working Together in the Fight Against Human Trafficking

The Not Alone exhibition educates visitors about human trafficking and gives them a sense of hope and empowerment in combating the issue.

Human trafficking is one of the most significant issues facing our communities today. In Texas alone, hundreds of thousands of people are trafficked every year. Trafficking can happen in any community and can affect anyone regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender, or nationality.

Stories of survivors and advocates help to reveal answers to guiding questions: what is human trafficking? who does trafficking affect? what role do healthy relationships play? what is the role of social media? and what can I do? 

Test your Knowledge

As you reflect on the facts and stories presented in the exhibition, apply your newfound knowledge and dive deeper with these online quizzes and games.

  • Are you a good digital citizen? Put your online safety skills to the test in Interland and Be Internet Awesome.
  • This kid-oriented series of games from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children introduces concepts of online safety. Empower your kids to be good digital citizens with NetSmartzKids.
  • Test your knowledge of potential trafficking situations online with Human Trafficking and Online Recruitment Quiz from Polaris Project.
  • Everyone deserves healthy relationships. If you have doubts about the healthiness of a relationship, Is Your Relationship Healthy? from the organization, love is respect, can help provide insight and support.

If you need help or suspect human trafficking, contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888. You can also text "Help" or "Info" to 233733 or email

Lead Sponsorship by Nancy Ann and Ray L. Hunt. Major funding from the Texas Bar Foundation.

The Bullock Texas State History Museum is a division of the State Preservation Board. Additional support of exhibitions and programs is provided by the Texas State History Museum Foundation.