Globally, about 4.5 million people are tragically trapped in sex slave trafficking. For these people, the way out of modern slavery, may be as bleak as older forms of labor slavery. Victims of this horrific crime are estimated to be about 40.3 million. Among this number, are people did find their way out of sex slavery.
It is this urgent topic that author Denise Turney, host of Off The Shelf Books Talk Radio, and Nancy Hartwell, author of the Harem Slave books, will sit down and talk about. Not only does Nancy Hartwell write books about sex slavery, she also speaks on this topic. She is determined to help free and keep free as many people as she can.
In addition to discussing Nancy's personal motivation for taking on this topic (a topic that many overlook even as it happens right under our noses), Denise and Nancy will dig into the makings of Nancy's books "Voices from the Harem", "Prince Ibrahim's Favorite" and "Harem Slave".
It is both women's hope that this Off The Shelf Books Talk Radio show will open the eyes of many, offering protections. After all, even Atlanta airports post signs alerting people, particularly women and young girls, to alert authorities if they are approached by someone suspicious and to be alert and aware of their surroundings, including the people sitting or standing nearby. In Atlanta alone, each year approximately 4,000 people become victim to sex slave trafficking.
Catch this show!!! Tune into Off The Shelf Books Talk Radio on Friday, August 16, 2019 at 7pm/EST (New York City time)
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