On this episode Allie shares her story as a sex trafficking survivor and her work be a voice for the voiceless.
On this episode we discuss Human Trafficking and the role of the Church.
We get real and raw on the issue. Be sure to tune in!
On this episode, we discuss Walk For Freedom, how it's impacts our city, and how you can join in this global movement. We share the history of A21 and the different awareness campaigns that they promote to spread awareness on modern day slavery.
Want to get Involved? Be a piece of the puzzle
In this episode we discuss how you can get involved in the fight against human trafficking.
There are many pieces to fighting trafficking. There is no "one size fits all". We can all do something and if that's where you find yourself -- then you need to listen to this podcast.
Interview with Alamo Area Coalition Against Trafficking and The Rape Crisis Center.
Alamo Area Coalition Against Trafficking
AACAT members work to prevent the future commercial exploitation of people through community awareness, preparedness, training, and a data-based interdiction strategy. https://www.aacat.org/
The Rape Crisis Center
To provide help, hope and healing to those impacted by sexual violence and cultivate a safe, nonviolent community
24-Hr Hotline: 210-349-7273
AACAT Human Trafficking Conference
Mon, September 10, 2018
9:00 AM – 4:45 PM CDT
This year's conference will bring national and local experts together to explore a variety of issues, including sex and labor trafficking, as well as legislative updates from the Governor's office around work happening in the field. The conference will also feature testimonials from survivors of human trafficking.
A portion of your registration dollars will be directly reinvested in the community to further drive efforts around supporting survivors of human trafficking and sexual violence.
Interview with CEO of Providence Place: Judith Bell and Chief Program Officer: Angelica Cervantes
Providence Place has been in existence since 1895 and provides services to several different populations with specific challenges. These include adult survivors of human trafficking, adults with disabilities, women facing an unplanned pregnancy, families with children under the age of three and children and youth in foster care. They provide education, job search and therapeutic services to move individuals beyond day to day survival. Providence Place wants everyone to have the opportunity to envision a different future and transform their story.
For volunteer information, donations, sponsorship or in-kind donations, please contact
Development Director: Brian Sullivan at 210-696-2410 - firstname.lastname@example.org
"A Survivor’s Story"