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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
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
Social media plays an important role when it comes to finding children but it also plays an important role in how a child goes missing. Now a days few parents know their childs login to their social media. By using social media we have found that these children will actually plan out how they are going to runaway. Social media is widely used by pimps and pedophiles to lure children into their hands. Smooth talking and fake profiles designed to lure these children is very common. Knowing your childs login and passwords can greatly aide in finding your child if they do decide to runaway. Every parent must remember that when a child decides to runaway they never intend to become a victim of child exploitation or human trafficking. Be aware of your childs activity, monitor that activity and learn the techniques to review your childs social media.
A dream come true a modeling carreer taking off, something you have dreamed about all your life. You have been told you are beautiful and can make thousands of dollars what they don't tell you is that you are about to become a victim of ography and human trafficking. Join us live at 5 p.m. e.s.t. July 23, 2014 for a shocking look into the maniulative world of how this could be happening to your child.
Modern day slavery': America must fight epidemic of human trafficking here at home | http://fxn.ws/1jfhNxy
10 Things You Didn't Know About Slavery, Human Trafficking (And What You Can Do About It) http://huff.to/1d4Y1kb
Human Trafficking and Culture: History of Human Trafficking http://juliewedam.blogspot.com/2010/02/history-of-human-trafficking.html
The Faces Of The Forgotten http://huff.to/1yhHDXr
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Theme park employees caught in sex stings, child arrests http://www.cnn.com/2014/07/14/us/theme-park-employees-child-sex-stings/index.html
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Connie Lee, founder of FACSAFoundation.org will join us at 7:30 pm CST to talk abut her organization. Hopefully we can develope a similar organization for addressing the rampant abuse of the elderly at the hands of predatory guardians and corrupt probate courts.
The FACSA Foundation (Family and Friends Fighting Against Child Sexual Assault) has been traveling the U.S.A. and Canada on a 115 city, Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project filming a documentary on survivors stories from across the nation, conducting research on how child sexual assault is affecting our local communities, and hosting free public education prevention conferences across the nation, on prevention of child sexual assault and human trafficking.
At 8:00 pm CST, we will be joined by Dr Arden Gifford
American Board of Psychiatry
Former USAF Major Psychiatry
Modern Psychiatry originally was based on the humane treatment of serious clearly psychotic illness to now include in 2013 Diagnostic and Statistical Manual V every aspect of human behavior entirely that can be labeled without due process to a person permanently through life and now digitized in the NSA to justify all payment to the doctor, any length of voluntary/involuntary incarceration, denial of medical treatment, to death and the ultimate administrative supervision.
Please note: Dr. Gifford cannot diagnose or treat anyone while on the air. This will be an informational interview discussing the relationship and the rights of the patient and how psychiatry is being used in today’s world especially with regards to the elderly.
Human trafficking is a serious issue in the United States and from big cities to small, rural communities, it is growing.
According to a report by the Polaris Project on the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline, 41 percent of sex trafficking cases and 20 percent of labor trafficking cases referenced U.S. citizens as victims. In 2013, Florida ranked third in the nation in number of calls received by the NHTRC.
Learn more about this issue as Columbia Southern University presents CSU Talk Radio online at 6 p.m. July 22 featuring CSU faculty member Barry Goodson and guest host Independent News publisher Rick Outzen.
The pair will talk about the prevalence of human trafficking and importance of raising awareness of it throughout the nation. The call-in show will welcome questions and commentary.
Goodson, a criminal justice professor at CSU, is a military veteran and former member of the CAC Investigation Task Force, which handles human trafficking cases. He possesses a diverse background in law enforcement and its instruction spanning approximately 14 years. Outzen has written several articles on human trafficking in Northwest Florida and is a former radio host.
Way too often we look at human trafficking as something that only happens to people from countries outside of America. We've seen some of the headlines about some Asian, European or Latino woman being kidnapped from their home involuntarily and sold or forced into prostitution but it goes much deeper than that.
Says Jaye of The Jaye Today Show :
Trafficking is every where. If you buy it may be in your closet. Sometimes we call the victims prostitutes. Many of them go to school with your children. God forbid if it is your child. Trafficking is not just sex; there is a growing demand for organ harvesting. Yes they are cutting up children for parts to be used for transplants for people who can pay top dollar and don't want to be placed on a waiting list. You may think that this is not your problem, until your child comes up missing. This could explain a lot about some of our youth who come up missing and are never found.
This is a very real and serious issue that hits closer to home than most of us give it credit for.
Listen to this show and let Jaye break it down for you and explain how www.covertangels.com is working to put an end to these horrors.
DR. ANSARI'S HUMAN RIGHTS UPDATES, hosted by Dr. Mustafa Ansari
Tuesdays, 3pm EST firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Ansari is an international human rights lawyer and Dean of the American Institute of Human Rights. Call to speak on air at (347) 857-3293 (some shows are pre-recorded). The American Institute of Human Rights is committed to educating attorneys and human rights activists regarding United Nations human rights treaties and covenants that America has already signed and is responsible to uphold (i.e., Executive Order 13107). Online classes and certifications are offered by the American Institute of Human Rights to equip non-attorneys to file human rights communications and complaints directly to the International Court. Please listen every Tuesday, and share each broadcasts with friends and social networks. Everyone deserves protection of their rights to life, liberty, and security of person and property. Dr. Ansari believes that many justice quests that have been quashed in American courts are nevertheless eligible for fair treatment upon review by the United Nations.
Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never has, and it never will. ~Frederick Douglass
HUMAN RIGHTS FOR PRISONERS MARCH, hosted by Mary Neal - Sundays at 3pm EST
(by announcement only) Call to speak on air at (347) 857-3293. Arrange to be a guest by emailing
~Advocacy for adequate defense, fair trials, drug courts, mental health courts, post-conviction DNA tests, safe and humane incarceration, and successful re-entry.
~Advocacy against prisoner abuse, avoidable deaths caused by police and correctional officers, solitary confinement, children tried and sentenced as adults, criminalizing mental illness, inadequate health care, wrongful convictions, law of parties, three-strikes law, enforced prison labor, and capital punishment.
Guests include people who have experienced, or who have specialized knowledge about, prison conditions and overuse of force by police or correctional officers, or any subject related to crime and punishment, including improvements proposed or realized.
SPECIAL NOTE: The "Human Rights for Prisoners March" is also a weekly broadcast on the National Network in Action (NNIA1) channel at Blogtalkradio, Mondays at 9pm PST. Hear live and archived broadcasts at
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1 . The call-in telephone number for NNIA1 is (818)572.2947.
It's sad but true: right here in this country, people are being bought, sold, and smuggled like modern-day slaves. They are trapped in lives of misery, often beaten, starved, and forced to work as prostitutes or to take grueling jobs with little or no pay. The victims include some of the most vulnerable in society: abused children who've run away from home, women with few job skills, immigrants who fear deportation or retaliation against their families overseas if they speak up. For them, there is little hope of escape.
the problem of "human trafficking"—discussing its scope within the U.S. and, more importantly, detailing our growing efforts to help free these victims and disband the criminal enterprises behind these hateful crimes.
The problem of child prostitution: who the victims are and how the criminal enterprises that exploit them operate.
The "Innocence Lost" initiative: what it is and why it's making an important difference in finding victims of child prostitution and putting pimps and other criminals behind bars.
The "Stormy Nights" investigation: how it ended a ring of child prostitution at truck stops stretching from Florida to Colorado.
It’s sad but true: here in this country, people are being bought, sold, and smuggled like modern-day slaves.
They are trapped in lives of misery—often beaten, starved, and forced to work as prostitutes or to take grueling jobs as migrant, domestic, restaurant, or factory workers with little or no pay. We’re working hard to stop human trafficking—not only because of the personal and psychological toll it takes on society, but also because it facilitates the illegal movement of immigrants across borders and provides a ready source of income for organized crime groups and even terrorists.