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  • 00:58

    Nancy Hartwell, Human Trafficking Expert

    in Women

    Nancy Hartwell grew up in Tampa, Florida, and earned a degree in International Relations from American U. in Washington, D.C. She married a prominent attorney from Cameroon, where she lived and worked for almost 15 years.


    Upon her return to the U.S., she wrote for The Washington Post on Capitol Hill (7 years) and was lead proposal writer for an international consulting company (14 years). She has traveled to 44 countries and speaks more than a dozen languages.


    She has had two radio plays produced, one by the BBC and one by ORTF (France). Her best-selling, award-winning Human Trafficking Series of books includes Harem Slave -- which reached no. 7 in All Fiction on Amazon (nearly 3 million titles) -- Prince Ibrahim's Favorite, and Voices from the Harem. She is an internationally recognized authority on human trafficking, particularly the international slave trade focused on oil-rich countries of the Persian Gulf.


    She is currently hard at work on a movie script.

  • 01:05

    Human Trafficking And Modern Day Slavery

    in Lifestyle

    Author Nancy Hartwell Enonchong goes Online With Andrea to discuss Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery. Hosted by Andrea R. Garrison.

  • 00:57

    Human Trafficking - More Than A Survivor - D'Lita Miller

    in Motivation

    Living a sheltered, middle class life as an only child in the city of Compton, D’Lita had no idea how things would drastically change when she became a child victim of sexual exploitation. For 15 years, the hardships of being a single mom kept her in the life but she finally walked away, and checked into community college became a legal assistant, and her journey to success began.  D’Lita’s daughter became a victim of human trafficking, and it was then that she drew a line in the sand and refused to be merely reactive, but proactive. Determined to make sure this never happened again, she founded the organization FAST (Families Against Sex Trafficking) where she fills every role from Executive Director to Admin to Case Manager and Public Speaker. Ms. Miller has worked with agencies such as Saving Innocence, Runaway Girl, The Mary Magdalene Project, California Against Slavery, and several others.  


    D’Lita has personally assisted in helping over a hundred women to exit the life and has trained thousands of community members, law enforcement officers and youth. D’Lita has recently partnered with Gems Uncovered dba Forgotten Children Inc. to provide a 12-Week Diversion Program for women involved in sexual exploitation. Ms. Miller is featured on the new A&E show “8 Minutes”, which is a show focused on sexual exploitation.  D’Lita’s goal is to use her expertise, experience, and courage to help women who feel trapped to realize that they too can have a bright future, if they just take the first step.

  • 00:29

    Defining Human Trafficking with Kimberly Benson

    in Women

    Kimberly Benson of A Bridge of Hope Ministries will be our guest. She will share with the listeners the issues we must be aware of regarding Human Trafficking. Kim is a successful survivor of human trafficking and owns and operates A Bridge of Hope. This organization is non profit and works extensively on help and assiting others int he community and advocating against Human Trafficking. 

  • 01:00

    Human Trafficking - A Survivors Story - Tajuan McCarty

    in Motivation

    Tajuan McCarty is the Founder of The WellHouse, a nonprofit, faith-based and Christ-centered agency dedicated to rescuing women from sexual exploitation/human trafficking. She has experience in social work, community outreach, and as a consultant on women’s issues. Her professional experience includes leadership positions in which she has assisted women ex-offenders re-enter society; helped implement Alabama’s first program devoted to helping chronically homeless, severely mentally ill women and as a social worker for the Alabama Department of Human Resources. She holds Master degrees in Public Health and Public Administration, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Social Work from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.


     


    Tajuan is uniquely qualified to be a forerunner in the fight against trafficking, as she understands victims situations too well. At 15, she was sexually exploited by her “boyfriend-turned-pimp”. She was trafficked to Birmingham so many times, it became her home. Her many experiences make her a passionate advocate for victims of sexual exploitation and human trafficking.


     


    Tajuan was recognized as one of The Top 20 Women Who Make a Difference in Birmingham and accepted The FBI Director's Community Leadership Award on behalf of The WellHouse, due to her efforts to fight human trafficking.

  • 01:02

    How to recognize Human/Sex Trafficking Victims

    in Entertainment

    Have you ever watched movies on Lifetime about sex trafficking? What about Dateline NBC or those other news shows where sex trafficking victims tell their stories. Have you ever wondered how to identify victims or what to look for? Well on the next Nite Talks with Sasha we will discuss not sex trafficiked victims but those that are also slaves or indentured servants! We will discuss



    Visable Indications of trafficking
    Health Characteristics of a trafficked person
    How to report suspected trafficking
    Vocab that a sex trafficked worker may use


    Tune in this Friday, May 8th at 11:30pm est/8:30pm pst as delve deep inside the world of Sex and Human trafficking! Log on www.blogtalkradio.com/nitetalkswithsasha to hear the show LIVE on your PC,Tablet, or Phone. Call in at (215)383-3929 to hear the show LIVE but to also ask questions and voice your opinion on our topic!

  • 02:16

    Sex Slaves and Human Trafficking on the rise.

    in News

    Be shocked and enlightened about the subject matter concerning the victims and their ordeals that you will share with our guest who is internationally known as the global authority on sex slaves and the international market on human trafficking in the oil cities in the Persian Gulf.  Learn more about the nature and concealing of facts in a growing market which is snatching our children in this horrific crime.

  • 01:00

    Human Trafficking - A Survivors Story - Jennifer Kempton

    in Motivation

    Jennifer shares "I grew up feeling unloved and unworthy. I had deeply embedded negative thoughts and feelings that drove me to seek comfort in negative things. After loosing my virginity to a sexual assualt at 12, I began to seek comfort in drugs and older men. After a series of abusive relationships, I ended up with what I thought was someone who took care of me and truly loved me. That man quickly turned me onto iv drug use and started grooming me for a darkness I had never known existed. What started as being a dancer at local strip clubs quickly evolved into placing ads on Craigslist. Before I realized that my soul was being emptied, I found myself being raped regularly, kidnapped, held hostage, sold to gangs and branded. After 5-6 years of enslavement, including birthing my last child by myself on a strangers floor, I was able to escape. Only to be left with 4 semingly permant marks of demorilization and constant reminders of the violence I escaped. After 8 months of saving I was able to fund my first of the four cover ups of my brandings. That is when a very special person came into my life and sponsored me to have my remaining coverups done. The feeling of freedom and empowerment I felt reclaiming my body was amazing and life changing. That is when I founded Survivor's Ink. It quickly became a non-profit strictly for survivors of human trafficking who have been branded or scarred from their traffickers, abusers and time of enslavement. Not only have I been able to give this freeing gift to other survivors. I have found my strenth, myself and healing by us uniting and fighting back against human trafficking and grip of that darkness. I now have been able to try to use my story to raise money for the strongest, most amazing survivors ever! My sisters.

  • 00:59

    Human Trafficking - A Survivors Story - Michaela Floyd

    in Motivation

    Michaela Floyd grew up in a very dysfunctional household. Her father was a preacher that eventually was kicked out of the church due to his alcohol abuse and was abusive to her mother. Michaela suffered through emotional, verbal and physical abuse at the hands of her father. Her mother finally left her father in Michaela’s late teens.


    Dating was very difficult for Michaela because she felt that every man would be abusive but while in college she married an older man just to escape her chaotic life. Early in her marriage her husband was very controlling and for the most part she was compliant but when she wasn’t it resulted in extreme physical abuse. The abuse continued through the marriage and although Michaela never denied him sex, he began raping her in order to show his control over her.


    After her husband began abusing drugs, they divorced & she moved to Nashville.  After seeking employment with no luck, she finally took a job as an erotic masseuse after being assured that she would not have to do anything she didn’t want to do.  She soon found out the company was owned by a prominent mafia family. She was trafficked in 11 states and 26 cities within a 3-month period. After finally being able to get back to Nashville and becoming an independent sex worker in order to support her family. But over the course of 15 months was able to rebuild a life for her family, attend counseling and eventually get out of the life.


    Michaela has become active in speaking out and working with other survivors to reach out to women still trapped in trafficking and prostitution. Eventually, she would like to do this kind of work full-time, but for now God has opened many doors and she has been busy educating herself about this horrific evil. She feels very blessed to know so many survivors and to call them her sisters and friends.”

  • 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

  • 00:28

    Uncovering Human Trafficking

    in Women

    Women Who Rock with Success provides many topics for women to fulfil the the whole woman. Our broadcast today will give you tips, tools, resources, and empowerment on how to report human trafficking, how to prevent human traffciking, how to keep your kids in the know. Our radio host Mrs. Diane Winbush will provide todays lecture on human trafficking. Mrs. Winbush is the Chief Executive officer and Chief Empowerment officer of  The National Extraordinary Professional Women, and The Networking Partners. She is the founder of My Princess Teens Ministry and the Senior Pastor of Saint Petrsburg Global Ministries. She is also the radio show host for The Professional Pastors Broadcast. You may contact us at (901)290-3975 or www.extraordinarywomens.com