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This is the space where we study the issues, so we can be a voice and make a difference on issues that marginalize women, children, and families. Many people are horrified to see abuse and human trafficking and often want jump right in to do something, we'll teach you the best way to do it. 

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This is the space where we study the issues, so we can be a voice and make a difference on issues that marginalize women, children, and families. Many people are horrified to see abuse and human trafficking and often want jump right in to do something, we'll teach you the best way to do it. 

150: What Do I Need To Ask?

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak celebrate 150 episodes by looking back on their favorite episodes and some of the important lessons they’ve learned along the way. Resources List of top ten EHT episodes Anti-Human Trafficking Online Certificate Sandie’s favorite episode: 1: What is Human Trafficking? Dave’s favorite episodes: 39: Fighting Domestic Violence in Iraq…

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149: Collaboration: Working Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak discuss Sandie’s experience in Greece running the 3-day conference “Working Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings.” She explains how hard it can be to collaborate in the fight against trafficking, but also that working together is the only way to win the fight. Key Points Many refugees were working…

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148: We are back to the Language: Labels Matter

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak discuss the media’s response to the criminal trials against the pimp and murderer of Aubreyanna Sade Park. During the case against her pimp, the media referred to her as a sex-trafficking victim, but during the case against her murderer, the media referred to her as a prostitute. The different…

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147: Building for a Healthy Future: Survivor Mentorship and Life Skills

Judy Lamborn joins Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak to discuss why vocational training is so important for survivors, how Open Gate International runs their culinary arts program, and how you can get involved with their organization. Key Points Vocational training is critical for survivors Once training is done, there still needs to be mentoring….

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146: A View from the Survivor’s Seat with Stacy Jewell

Stacey Jewell joins Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak to share about how to help survivors find their voice and decide how much they want to share. They also discuss the responsibilities of both non-profits and survivor-speakers. Key Points Connect with survivors by finding out who they are as a human being outside of their…

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145: A Humanitarian Crisis or A Trafficking Recruiter’s Marketplace

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak discuss the Syrian refugee crisis and the impact it is having on the world, particularly in Athens, Greece. They also discuss the best ways to interact with refugees that reinforce their human dignity. Key Points 10,000 children have gone missing from Syrian refugee camps. Refugee camps are so miserable…

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