Survivors provide an important perspective on how we can work to end human trafficking. Sandra Morgan, the Director of the Global Center for Women & Justice and Dave Stachowiak, one of the Center’s board members, interview Carissa Phelps and Marianna Smirnova about their work to end human trafficking and about Carissa’s upcoming book, Runaway Girl.
- How to be a proactive voice in ending human trafficking.
- Exploited people exploit, they carry on and normalize what has been done to them.
- Carissa’s book, Runaway Girl, is honest and open to the struggle of trying to figure out the world.
- Victims are trapped physically by guns and such, but at other times, trapped by fear.
- Expunging records for survivors of trafficking. The system creates barriers that prevents living a normal life.
- Foster youth are targeted and exploited because they don’t have anyone to protect them.
- How to develop economic community for community engagement.
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