213 – Ending Human Trafficking Takes the Whole Family

Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dave Stachowiak collaborate to illustrate ways to teach young children about human trafficking. They wanted listeners to learn practical tools to help raise children with an awareness of how others might be exploited and how children themelves can be part of protecting other people. Through cultivating empathy, fostering accountability, and modeling intentional stewardship we can teach children from an early age how to be a voice!

Key Points

  • As children begin making decisions about what they believe about themselves, about other people, about the world at large, you can begin to be intentional about teaching kids empathy.
  • You can empower a child to make a choice that makes a difference for somebody else.
  • Through the use of technolgy, parents can include children in their consumer choices to be more intentional stewards.


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Sandie Morgan

Sandie Morgan, PhD, RN is recognized globally for her expertise in combatting human trafficking and working to end violence against women. As Director of Vanguard University’s Global Center for Women & Justice (GCWJ), she oversees the Women’s Studies Minor as well as teaching Family Violence and Human Trafficking.
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