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The National Women’s Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation (NWCAVE) and our partners at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children will Take 25 every Sunday in May on “Voices for Justice.” Join the conversation every Sunday 6-7pm ET / 3-4pm PT at www.blogtalkradio.com/nwcave. Guests this week will include: Survivors of Human Trafficking, Ana Cody from National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and parents of missing teens lured on the Internet.
Hosts:Michelle Bart, President of NWCAVEShelley Shaffer, Director of the NWCAVE Missing Persons Division Online chat: www.blogtalkradio.com/nwcave Call in to speak with the host and guests: (917) 932-8962
When Nevada's brothels hire prostitutes - they are asked to fill out a form "asking" them if they are "being forced". Now if a pimp is forcing them to engage in sex work - they certainly can force them to answer a written test falsely. This victim asked everyone from her therapist to the police who came out during a "domestic dispute" between her and her 300 pound pimp who attacked her 95 pound body - and no one would give her the contact information to any of the groups that could have helped
“The Children Are Our Future,” join us Tuesday night as we discuss child sex trafficking and exploitation. Our special guest will be Sharon Simpson Joseph, Esq., Executive Director Youth – Spark an organization dedicated to ending child sex-trafficking in the metro Atlanta area and Dorsey L. Jones, author and former victim of child exploitation.
David Allen is known for blowing the shofar inside the construction site of the largest Planned Parenthood facility in the western hemisphere. He was prosecuted and placed on probation. He is the father of an aborted baby, working constantly to help women escape the pain of abortion and children to escape death. He's discovered a connection with Planned Parenthood and sex trafficking. Catherine "Cat" French is the director of Exodus Cry Houston. Her organization rescues women &a
This Thursday on Night Talk Live with JL & Sonny...We are focusing on the Hot Topic of the rising epidemic of Human Sex Trafficking that is plaguing our society. Local & World Organizations are beginning to push for protection of children & women that are falling pray to this serious rise of new slavery. What can be done to better protect us from this undetected circumstances of abduction right in front of us?
Sex trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to compel a person to engage in commerical sex acts against his/her will. It's a form of modern day slavery and is occurring around the United States, including within the trucking and transportation industry.
Under federal law, any minor under the age of 18 years induced into commerical sex is a victim of sex trafficking regardless if the trafficker used force, fraud, or coercion! Call in to speak on this matter with your host Meko Williams at 1(347)838-9494
And if you see or know someone that need to be reported call the number below: Human Trafficking Resource Center Call 1-888-373-7888
Human sex trafficking is the most common form of modern-day slavery. Estimates place the number of its domestic and international victims in the millions, mostly females and children enslaved in the commercial sex industry for little or no money. The terms human trafficking and sex slavery usually conjure up images of young girls beaten and abused in faraway places, like Eastern Europe, Asia, or Africa. Actually, human sex trafficking and sex slavery happen locally in cities and towns, both larg
Hear from a woman who tells us of being sexually abused by a relative when she was only three years old. How she got into stripping and then progressed into the darker more violent world of prostitution. After becoming a prostitute - she started using drugs. From there she tells about being forced at gunpoint to turn "tricks". A life where even her own "girlfriends" who were other prostitutes were selling her out to save their own skins.
This survivor just narrowly escaped a serial killer's grip - prostitutes being the favorite victim of these killer's because the police don't care about the prostitute victim's as much as when they're secretaries or soccer moms.
Listen as she tells how the police and the court system treated her like a criminal. Understand why these victims need "separate" programs to get out of what they've been trapped into and how they don't know how to escape and recover from without help.
Let this survivor tell you in her own words why better systems and treatment need to be made available to help not just these victims - but their children also.
She brings up a point one isn't hearing much - these victims are often mothers too. Whether you want to know about sex trafficking in Virginia - or all over the USA (because the pimps move the victims from state to state to stay ahead of the law) - this is the show for you.
This victim is interviewed by J. Williams, founder of Sex Workers Anonymous and Trafficking and Prostitution Services.
Picture being kidnapped from your family and friends, or being lured into a life of darkness and bondage. For many women and boys this is a horrifying reality. Join me Ronald Zion Roseboro as I welcome a North Carolina sex trafficking expert, Ms Charity Magnuson, as we discuss the perversion and profit behind human sex trafficking.
Mrs Rosa Bernard moved to Indianapolis from Denver in 1998 and joined Barnes United Methodist Church. She immediately became involved with the local chapter of the United Methodist Women organization. She served as Social Actions Coordinator for the Southern Indiana Conference for four years.
In addition, she served as secretary for the Steering Committee during the realignment of the Northern and Southern Indiana Conferences. And for the past 8 years served on the Bishop's Episcopacy committee and later as secretary. Presently, she serves on a Human Trafficking Team through the Women's Division and had her training in 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia.
In September 2011, Mrs Bernard and the UMW Mission Team traveled to Brazil, where the Ubunti Team shared information in two cities Sao Paula and Fortalezza. We are delighted to have such a well versed person speak on the subject of "Human Trafficking".
Mrs. Bernard explains Ubunti " is the essence of being human. It speaks of the fact that my humanity is caught up and is inextricably bound up in yours. I am Human because I belong. It speaks about wholeness, it speaks about compassion".
Archbishop Desmond Tutu
What is the problem with Human Trafficking? What is Human Trafficking vs. Sex trafficking? How much money made in human Trafficking? What are activities for which people are traffic? Why are victims invisible? Who engages in Human Trafficking?
Michelle Carmela,Founder/Director of Once Upon An Eden born into a Mafia family, escaped severe abuse and human exploitation. For more than 26 years, she has helped many people leave abusive situations within organized crime.She's helped people overcome traumas in order to find their own survival stories. Michele educates the public on human exploitation & abuses in the U.S. & what it's like to grow up in organized crime. She advises organizations in their design of safe houses