What I did for my capstone was talk about and educate the youth on sex trafficking. Which is “the action or practice of illegally transporting people from one country or area to another for the purpose of sexual exploitation”. I made two slide show presentations, and even made a video that explained strictly what sex trafficking was. I explained statistics, warning signs and even how to prevent getting trafficked yourself. I even took it amongst myself, to have my video broad casted in our first Senior Capstone showcase. In my first slide show presentation I just simply discussed information on my topic that was researched. For my second slideshow I discussed the challenges I faced, my process and lastly the legacy I will be potentially leaving behind. Which to me is leaving the youth with enough valuable information on sex trafficking so they can take a stand in this epidemic. Maybe even coming up with programs to stop these sort of things from happening. Throughout the process I gathered information for sex trafficking and asked my adviser/capstone mentor for help where ever it was needed. I also asked around other people who may have had more information on the topic than me. I interviewed a few of my peers to see what they knew, and how they felt about the topic. Throughout my capstone process there was one struggle I encountered. That struggle was making sure my project tied into our core values to the best of my ability in which it does. ( photos taken by Ms. Aziz).