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Its all around us whether we want to believe it or not, human trafficking, child exploitation, children sold as sex slaves. What are the signs? Has it been in front of your face the whole time but you have failed to notice it? Is a home in your neighborhood one that houses these victims? What can you do as a concerned citizen? Are people you communicate with on a daily basis indeed pimps or Johns? What are the warning signs? Can you make a difference
Today we shall discuss various aspects of Human Trafficking including sex trafficking. Believe it or not there are more slaves today than there as ever been before. We shall discuss what IS human trafficking, where it exist, and what you do about it, if you care to do so.
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"B" survived trafficking in 2004 following a stranger abduction. She is now an advocate for awareness, and hopes to spread the truth about trafficking.
In an effort to keep this survivor/warrior safe and anonymous we are choosing not to disclose her name or her story. Be sure to tune in to hear her story of trauma and hope!!!
Human trafficking is real and its in our backyards, neighborhoods, schools, etc. Its time for the community to get educated and informed. Dont miss this show and share with others.....
Seduced - The Trafficking of Teens
Every parent needs to listen to this conversation with Opal Singleton, author of Seduced! Missing children are are being "sextorted" with a naked photo. Sometimes the young people are coerced or forced into prostitution. This is human trafficking and it is the fastest growing crime in the U.S. Parents give kids devices that open the door to over a million predators that can influence a child's thinking on morality, spirituality and sexuality while they are competing for approval in a fantasy world. Apps, social media and online gaming allow access, grooming, recruitment and exploitation of our young people by total strangers. Listen to this conversation, take notes and tell your friends - this could be a life saver!
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
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After doing a full literature analysis on the demand side of human trafficking, Heather Tuininga, Executive Director of the Luke 12:48 Foundation, discovered several statistics about men who purchase sex, one of which wouldn’t leave her mind: 74-86% of the men who purchased sex bought by the time they were 25 years old. NEST was born after 24 hours of collaboration between eight anti-trafficking curriculum providers and three interested funders collaborated and discovered that there was already a great group of existing curriculums available (for educating both boys and girls) and the best thing to do was to get the word out to educators across the country, so that more youth could get this valuable information and human trafficking would decline.
The NEST vision is to be a comprehensive clearinghouse that serves to empower and equip educators by providing youth-focused prevention resources to those committed to eliminating sex trafficking in their communities. We believe that if we work together to teach every youth about the realities and dangers of human trafficking, we can end the devastating cycle of supply of demand for trafficked victims.
We aim to get human trafficking prevention education in every school and youth organization in the United States that empowers and equips youth with the knowledge and skills to stand up against sex trafficking and ultimately create a culture that supports a world free of gender-based violence.
Join Dr. Brenda L. Bates and Donny Winter this Sunday, November 15th at 7 pm on the Universal Journeys Radio Show. Their guest will be the beautiful Deb DeRousse advocate for awareness, will be talking about Sex/Human Trafficking and the connection with Missing Persons. She is passionate about spreading awareness and works with Project Missing Search and Rescue LLC in Michigan. She came to the realization a few years ago that many of our missing children and adults across the United States is due to the growing business of Human Trafficking. Deb speaks out often on her own show Mystical Awakenings Radio on this growing problem. Human trafficking is at least a $32,000,000,000 per year industry and is tied with drugs for the most profitable criminal endeavor and is growing by the day. Awareness is the biggest key to putting an end to trafficking, many people have no idea how widespread this is. Yes, it can happen to you or your child, it is in your neighborhood!
Phone lines will be open for questions or to discuss the topic at hand. Each call is limited to five minutes in order to assist as many people as we can within the two hour show time period. Call in at (347) 850-8292 with a question or just to listen to the show.
"Follow Your Heart for Only You Know Which Path is Right for YOU!"
So many human trafficking victims suffer with mental health issues once they have become free from their traffickers. We will discuss trauma bond, PTSD and more to better understand the mental health effects of this horrendous crime!
J. De Gaglia, Ph.D., N.C.C., L.M.H.C., C.A.P., E.M.T.-P. is a “jack of all trades. He has earned credentials in both allied health and mental health. His research presented both nationally and internationally, involved hundreds of first responders over a two-year period. Eventually published, the research was recognized by the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (I.C.I.S.F.). Professionally, Dr. De Gaglia has completed appointments with the Department of Juvenile Justice (Florida), the Department of Corrections (Florida), and a fourteen year stint with a Native American community residing within the Florida Everglades. Presently, Dr. De Gaglia works predominantly with substance abusers in the South Florida area.