• 00:15

    Live with Tim Taylor - Sex Trafficking in Atlanta Exposed

    in Training

    Sex traffcking in Atlanta, yes Atlanta is the number 1 city for human sex trafficking. We are a Georgia Non for profit committed to rescue, recovery and education

  • 00:34

    Sex Trafficking in the US

    in Parents

    Today Annie Abram and her guest, David Trotter, will discuss sex trafficking in the US. There are "100,000 children in the sex trade in the United States each year. In the US, sex trafficking commonly occurs in online escort services, residential brothels, brothels disguised as massage businesses or spas, and in street prostitution. Victims are frequently lured by false promises of a lucrative job, stability, education, or a loving relationship. In the U.S., victims can be men or women, adults or children, foreign nationals or U.S. citizens. While they share the trait of vulnerability, victims have diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds, varied levels of education, and may be documented or undocumented." (http://www.polarisproject.org/human-trafficking/overview)


    David Trotter is filmmaker, author, and speaker with a passion to help people take action on important social justice issues in our world. He is the Co-executive Producer and Co-director on two documentaries - MOTHER INDIA: Life Through the Eyes of the Orphan (www.motherindiafilm.com) as well as IN PLAIN SIGHT: Stories of Hope and Freedom (www.inplainsightfilm.com). He is the author of multiple books including the recently released Start Something to End Trafficking. He has been married to Laura for over 20 years, and they live with their two children in Newport Beach, California.

  • 00:05

    Human Sex Trafficking

    in Education

    Elder Marq Taylor will take the listener into the secret world of Human sex trafficking. His insights on how to detect this activity will help the community to identify suspicious individuals by behavior. Help is offered  through the Buddy House

  • 00:33

    Human Trafficking Informational Series: Session 2

    in Training

    Welcome back to the Human Trafficking Informational Series!


    Recorded by two University at Albany students, this three part series will how to recognize and respond to human trafficking.  In the second session we will talk about how to identify human trafficking survivors.  We will also give some practicle tips on how to engage in conversations with trafficking survivors.  


    Hotlines:
    National Human Trafficking Resource Center
    1-888-373-7888

    For Survivor by Survivor Hotline
    1-888-261-3665

    Links:


    UNICEF (2004). Let’s talk: Developing effective communication with child victims of abuse and human trafficking. Pristina, Kosovo: UNMIK. Retrieved from http://www.childtrafficking.com/Docs/unicef_2004_handbook_lets_talk_a5_eng.pdf
     


    Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute. (2014). Utilizing trauma-informed approaches to trafficking-related work.  Retrieved from http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/projectreach/H-O%20Trauma-Informed%20Case%20Study_final.pdf


     

  • 01:29

    In Plain Sight-Human Trafficking In The Beauty Industry

    in Education

    Human trafficking is a modern form of slavery. It involves controlling a person through force, fraud, or coercion to exploit the victim for forced labor, sexual exploitation, or both. 122 products have been identified to have forced/child labor and the beauty industry is no exception. Every 30 seconds another person becomes a victim of human trafficking. 1 in 3 victims of human trafficking is a child. 


    Survivor Amber Lopez,shares her life altering abduction at age 11 into sex slavery.  Amber's sister, Lisa Anne Bowles  shares the profound effects this has had on their family and anti-human trafficking specialist Aashika Damodar helps us identify and report aspects of human trafficking in the beauty industry.


    Listen here or CALL IN 917-932-8407


    www.nailtalkradio.com

  • 00:59

    Human Trafficking - A Survivors Story - Christine McDonald

    in Motivation

    Christine McDonald is an internationally recognized author and speaker on the social injustices facing underserved populations today.  As a survivor of human trafficking, homelessness, and addiction, Christine- now blind as a result of a disease that forced her to choose between her unborn child and her eyesight- is on a mission to bring justice and awareness to the forefront of social change through education and unconditional love.

    Christine began life in a small town in Oklahoma, in a very dark and painful household. She felt safest using her own survival skills to live on the streets and ran away for the last time when she was just 15.  This began her 17 year journey of homelessness, which comprised of being sex trafficked, drug addiction, prostitution, 103 arrests and 7 prison stints.  Finally ready for a better life and barely able to read or write, Christine began a new journey of exiting the life of the streets, only to be challenged again.

    Completely blind and eternally vigilant, today Christine uses her life experience and education to work as an advocate for trafficking victims, the homeless, recovering addicts, ex-offenders and disabled populations.  Currently living in St Louis, Missouri, Christine is a proud mom of her 7 year old son and practices a loving open adoption with her daughter’s adoptive parents in nearby Kirkwood.  Christine is the author of Cry Purple: One Woman’s Journey through Homelessness, Crack Addiction and Prison to Blindness, Motherhood and Happiness and is the founder of www.ChristinesVision.org.  She has also been featured locally and nationally on various media outlets, including NBC, CBS, FOX and NPR and sits on multiple local, state-wide and international level boards and committees.  



     


     

  • 01:29

    HUMAN TRAFFICKING

    in Spirituality

    Beth Ministries Join us to talk about Human trafficking


    What is Human Trafficking?


    Elements Of Human Trafficking


    The Act (What is done)


    The Means (How it is done)


    The Purpose (Why it is done)


    Criminalization Of Human Trafficking


    We will also talk about what's in the news such as Oscar night and more. Upcoming events and more.


     

  • 01:00

    Human Trafficking - A Survivors Story - Selina Deveau Part2

    in Motivation

    If you missed Part1 I encourage you to go back and  listen! Such a powerful story of survival!


    Selina is a mother of two bright & beautiful children ages six & sixteen. She calls them her miracles since she was told she would never be able to have children. She married her soul mate and best friend and they live on a small farm in the country surrounded by an apple orchid, beautiful mountains and land all around them.


    Selina is an artist and musician as well as an activist and advocate. She is an author of two books: “Sold at Six” and “Made in USA” which will be coming out in 2015. Writing them has been a hard process and a healing one also. She would have never called herself an author 3 months ago.


    Selina is on the advisory board for trafficking in America task force and the founder of M.A.T musicians against trafficking which is a collaboration of local and nonlocal musicians coming together to raise awareness and stop human trafficking. They have an amazing project in the works right now.


    She is also the founder of Frames for Freedom, which is a project she is doing with other survivors that are artists and photographers. The framed artwork /photography done by survivor's from all over the world that where trafficked and all the beautiful art/photo's are sold. A certain percent of the sales will go to survivor services and resources including rescue efforts the rest stays with the artist/photographer.


    Selina is also the founder of Jewelry for Justice: The Jewelry is handmade by survivors to empower them and teach them how to make an income from something they create themselves.


     She is also working on survivor stories: a collection of poems songs and stories done by survivors of trafficking from all over the world put into a book called Survivor Stories


     

  • 02:00

    Human Trafficking - Its Real & in YOUR Backyard

    in Motivation

    January is Human Trafficking Awareness month and we are kicking it off with four advocates that bring awareness and a variety of information from different aspects. Our special guests are Bishop Founder of Bishop Outreach and he shares from a rescuers aspect. Bishop and his team are on the battlefield and see the victims as they are being rescued and the effects that Human Trafficking has on them. Hope Manasseh shares her experience as a Human Trafficking survivor and the horrors she has been through for many years starting from an early age. Yvonne Williams, Founder of Trafficking In America Task Force shares about the research she has done for many years. She educates people all over the country about Human Trafficking. Lindsy Anton has done extensive research on the "Johns", the men that do the purchasing . 


    All of us feel that it is extremely important to educate everyone on Human Trafficking. It is the second largest reported crime in the United States. We can no longer bury our heads in the sand about this issue.....get empowered and get educated on how to keep your children safe! 

  • 01:01

    Human Trafficking - A survivors story - Selina Deveau

    in Motivation

    Selina now lives a simple and blessed life and is grateful for every day, and now has a life she certainly never thought she would have.


    Selina is a mother of two bright and beautiful children ages six and sixteen. She calls them her miracles since she was told she would never be able to have children. She married her soul mate and best friend and they live on a small farm in the country surrounded by an apple orchid, beautiful mountains and land all around them.


    Selina is an artist and musician as well as an activist and advocate. She is an author of two books: “Sold at Six” and “Made in USA” which will be coming out in 2015. Writing them has been a hard process and a healing one also. She would have never called herself an author 3 months ago.


    Selina is on the advisory board for trafficking in America task force and the founder of M.A.T musicians against trafficking which is a collaboration of local and nonlocal musicians coming together to raise awareness and stop human trafficking. They have an amazing project in the works right now.


    She is also the founder of Frames for Freedom, which is a project she is doing with other survivors that are artists and photographers. The framed artwork /photography done by survivor's from all over the world that where trafficked and all the beautiful art/photo's are sold. A certain percent of the sales will go to survivor services and resources including rescue efforts the rest stays with the artist/photographer.


    Selina is also the founder of Jewelry for Justice: The Jewelry is handmade by survivors to empower them and teach them how to make an income from something they create themselves.


     She is also working on survivor stories: a collection of poems songs and stories done by survivors of trafficking from all over the world put into a book called Survivor Stories

  • 01:00

    Human Trafficking - A Survivors Story - Wendy Barnes

    in Motivation

    This is just some of what Wendy shares - "The sexual abuse I endured by my step-father as a child, shaped my beliefs to make me a perfect target for Greg when I was 15 yrs old. He drew me into his web by giving me a false taste of what it felt like to have worth, hope and to be loved. It felt nice to be special to someone - anyone. When the abuse started by Greg, I accepted it, still I knew in my heart that I was not worthy of any love or kindness. It wasn't long before he demanded that I prove my love for him. I listened to his instructions and in terror I followed his directions. With the intent to prove my love for him and with hope that I could earn his love in return, I turned my first trick. When I was finished, I violently threw up what felt like my soul. I no longer felt human, I now was a prostitute. I wanted to die. I wasn't the first girl he did this to and I wasn't the last. The prostitution ring that he built and ran sometimes contained as many as 15 girls at one time. The physical, emotional and psychological abuse we endured was horrific."


    Due to knowing Greg had been trafficking underage girls and not being able to do anything about it Wendy was sentenced to 2 years in prison and lost custody of her 3 children. She is grateful for that time in prison because she could then start the healing process and be free from the torture she had endored!!!


    Wendy has been free from that life for 16 yrs and free from prison for 12 years now. She holds a full time job and has a close relationship with all three of her children. She has learned that healing is a journey, in fact it may be a life long journey. She has learned that happiness is a choice that she gets to choose every day. 


     

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