John Howell and Ray Stevens’ daily “WAF” (warm and fuzzy).
A flight attendant saved a teenaged girl from sex trafficking at last year’s Super Bowl in San Francisco.
Donna Hubbard, a flight attendant who lives outside Atlanta, has no problem speaking forcefully about the issue of human trafficking in the United States. But her voice begins to falter when she talks about her own life — how years of exploitation shattered her confidence and turned her life upside down.
Read the full story in The New York Times: With Eyes in the Sky, Flight Attendants Fight Human Trafficking – The New York Times