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Dr. Lynette Long on Sins of Omission

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Sins of Omission

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Join Paulie Abeles of Real Democrats for a weekly call-in show “Sins of Omission”--- aimed at giving listeners insight into the topics of the day beyond the nightly news.

Each week the show features interviews with newsmakers and an opportunity in the second half of the program for listeners to call in and ask questions. GUEST: Renowned child psychologist Dr. Lynette Long. Experts estimate that 27 million people are victims of sex trafficking. The National Human Trafficking Resource Center defines sex trafficking as a 'modern form of slavery' in which a person (usually young girls and women) are forced to engage in sex acts. These women and young girls are lured by promises of jobs, marriage or are sometimes sold by parents, husbands or boyfriends. Last year the US Department of Justice reported 1300 prosecutions. Is that truly the extent of the problem in the US? Join us as we talk about the scope of the problem and the tragic effects--- even for the victims who escape