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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
The average victim of sex trafficking is a female child between the ages of eight and eighteen. Tragically most of those victims will die within seven years of first being trafficked. But is that really a problem for us in America? Alisa Jordheim, founding director of Justice Society, offers a resounding and disturbing, "Yes!"
Sex trafficking is only slightly behind the drug problem in the U.S. and is growing at the rate of $9.5 billion annually. There are 293,000 American children currently at risk of becoming victims of commercial sexual exploitation and 100,000 are exploited through ography or prostitution every year. Children who are the most vulnerable are runaways, homeless, in poverty, have limited education, a history of sexual abuse or have a family member involved in the sex trade. But others are not as easy to identify.
What can you personally do about it?
Join Maxine and Jeannie today as Alisa Jordheim, author Made in the USA the Sex Trafficking of America’s Children Outlines the tragedy and offers solutions for preventing abuse in the children you know and love.
the Intersection of Domestic Violence and Sex Trafficking.
Understand the connection between domestic violence and sex trafficking
Understand the psycho-social impact of sex trafficking on the victims
Understand how victims of sex trafficking are recruited, risk factors they face, and barriers to seeking help
Obtain screening questions to help identify victims of sex-trafficking which can be used across multiple work settings and professional disciplines
Listen to "Joey", a security guard who worked nights in Atlantic City, NJ in the late 1980's, speak about the sex trafficking victims he saw who were not only paying off the cops - but the cops were the pimps! Hear about the "conflict of interest" with these victims calling the National Trafficking Hotline that's connected with law enforcement - when law enforcement is part of her trafficking network she's trying to get away from. This man saw pay-offs, rip-offs, and everything that happens in the late evening hours of this major city. Joey explains how his hands were tied - knowing that if he tried to report what he saw that he might wind up being framed himself by these cops. How do you go to Internal Affairs when even Serpico had to finally leave the country because of his fight to try and clean up just the 63rd Precinct of NY? But these women can't go to Switzerland - they have nowhere to go - not even the shelters that the police know about when your pimp is the police. This interviews explains why our hotline at www.sexworkersanonymous.net is so vital for these victims. If you're trying to get away from a trafficking ring with law enforcement is involved - we can help.
This week on The Conversation Cafe™ A.Raquel & Mahoghani Dawn will talk with celebrity & entertainment blogger Ray Cornelius, who keeps us "in the know" about the latest in entertainment news. In the second half of the show A.Raquel & Mahoghani Dawn will discuss “Child Sex Trafficking” with members of The Social Justice Ministry of The House of Hope Atlanta (GTRBC).
For more information about Ray Cornelius visit: Website: http://raycornelius.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/Ray-Cornelius Twitter: @75RayCornelius Instagram: instagram.com/raycornelius. For more information about The House of Hope Atlanta (GTRBC) visit: http://www.houseofhopeatl.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gtrbc Twitter: https://twitter.com/hohatl
Listen in LIVE and call in to join the dialogue by calling (773) 897-3986. You will be empowered, educated and enlightened. “Remember…“where there’s no dialogue, there’s no conversation!
Sex trafficking has become one of the major social issues of the day here in the U.S. It is not new or even on the rise, but attention as an issue, particularly as a pro-life issue, has in the last 10 years has come into greater prominence. This is a heavy topic we will discuss today on TLFR.
One of our guests today is Laura Farrar from The Covering House in St. Louis. The Covering House is a Christian ministry that specifically aids in helping victims of sex trafficking escape and find refuge away from their traffickers. It is often a ministry fraught with danger, and Laura will help us understand what women and victims need the most in fighting this exploitation and devaluing of women.
Also, the parents of a missing woman named Phoenix Coldon will be our guests today as they discuss the circumstances of her disappearance. Lawrence and Goldia Coldon share with us their suspicions that their daughter, who was in college at the time she disappeared, is a kidnapping victim who is possibly being trafficked presently. They ask the public's help in recovering their daughter and restoring their family. You can find more information on their search on their facebook page, Missing Phoenix Coldon.
Topics discussed: Child Sex Trafficking, Child Sex Exploitation, Internet Crimes against Children, Missing and Exploited Children, Aggravated Physical Abuse, and Questionable parenting
INSIDE THE NFL will be a three part series, which will be candid discussions about going “Inside the NFL”, and examining race, drugs, domestic violence, child abuse, and player discipline.
NFL, Clubs, and Players Union – Be careful what you ask for?
Is the NFL really serious about violence against women or is their agenda self-serving? Is the goal of the NFL to maintain endorsements and sponsorship or embrace and develop programs and services that promote self-awareness for abusers and victims of domestic violence? Why has the NFL been vocal about domestic violence and protecting alleged victims who can make decisions for themselves, but silent concerning child abuse, sex trafficking and juvenile prostitution, which plague the League, its clubs and players?
This episode will examine how the NFL has handled the recent allegations of domestic violence and child abuse. We will discuss whether the role of the NFL and its players union should include disciplinary actions against players for acts committed in their personal lives. We will also examine whether disciplinary action has been or is fair and impartial and what role does race play, if at all, in addressing off the field acts committed by players. Finally, this episode will examine whether the NFL has been inclusive or exclusive in handling issues like drugs, domestic violence, and race and off the field acts committed by its players.
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
Atlanta, Georgia is considered the primary hub for teen sex trafficking. Most of these kids come from broken homes but surprisingly a great number of them come from afflulent areas of Atlanta. This criminal industry is the fastest growing crime in the 21st century.
We have to protect our children. Save Our Girls. Tune in for a heart-breaking, eye-opening, and gut-wrenching discussion on this subject.
ASA~ Family, Please tune in for Part#2 of Raped and Beyond !!! On this episode we delve into the horrendous crime of child sex trafficking. Sister Angel Muhammad returns, joined by Sister Mahaleika Muhammad and Sister Akilah.. Invite Family and Friends to hear this extremely important message,, WE MUST SAVE OUR YOUTH !!!!!!!!!! CALL IN #347-857-4514 also via www.blogtalkradio.com/hereafterisnow
This week on The Conversation Cafe™ A.Raquel, Mahoghani Dawn & Ray Cornelius will you "in the know" about the latest news and entertainment. In the second half of the show A.Raquel & Mahoghani Dawn will welcome members of the Social Justice Ministry of The House of Hope Atlanta (GTRBC) to discuss their upcoming first annual breakfast entitled “In Our Own Backyard: Child Sex Trafficking.” The event will be in partnership with Tabitha’s House Initiative and will be held on Saturday, August 23, 2014 from 9 am until 12 noon in the H.F. Shepard Multiplex located at 4650 Flat Shoals Parkway, in Decatur Ga where Dr. E. Dewey Smith Jr. is the Senior Pastor/Teacher. Tune in on Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at 7 PM EDT/4 PM PDT.
Follow Ray Cornelius on Facebook: facebook.com/Ray-Cornelius Twitter: @RayCornelius75 Instagram: instagram.com/raycornelius. For more information about the Social Justice Ministry of the House of Hope-ATL visit Twitter: @HOHATL Website: http://www.houseofhopeatl.org/. Follow Dr. E. Dewey Smith on Twitter: @edeweysmith Website: http://edeweysmith.org/
Listen in LIVE and call in to join the dialogue by calling (773) 897-3986. “Remember…“where there’s no dialogue, there’s no conversation!”