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The Global Center for Women and Justice launched the Ending Human Trafficking podcast in 2011. Our hosts are Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dr. Dave Stachowiak. Our mantra is Study the Issues. Be a voice. Make a difference. We believe that if you do not study first, you may say or do the wrong thing.
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Federal Way Coalition Against Trafficking (FWCAT) is a group of committed individuals that educates and engages our community so that each person can play a role in ending human trafficking. Mike Seibert Radio interviews people who are fighting to prevent and end human trafficking. Listen in to their stories and goals.
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Human trafficking has become a global problem. Millions of people become victims through entrapment and exploitation. In this in-depth series, RFA reporters go into the heart of Asia's human trafficking business to document cases of this form of modern slavery.
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Co-founders of The Dragonfly Home, Whitney Anderson and Melissa Eick, discuss human trafficking and their work at The Dragonfly Home, a non-profit serving victim-survivors of human trafficking in Oklahoma City. The Dragonfly Home exists because we believe that victim-survivors of human trafficking deserve freedom and the opportunity to pursue a new life. Our mission is to walk alongside them toward their future of freedom.
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The Doctor Is IN! podcast explores various dimensions of counter-trafficking work. As a physician I focus on the intersection of health and human trafficking, but I also interview other leaders in grass-roots organizations. These are people you never hear about but are making a tremendous impact. I also explore other aspects such as human trafficking prevention and mental health issues. Thanks for listening! Learn something and be inspired!
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Human trafficking is modern day slavery involving the use of force, coercion, or fraud to obtain some type of labor or sex act. It affects every corner of the world and Texas, and Denton County are no exception. Interstate 35 being an un-tolled highway and a major cross-country, north-south route is one of the main trafficking routes in the country. There are over 300,000 victims of human trafficking in Texas, including almost 79,000 youth victims of sex trafficking and nearly 234,000 adult ...
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Red X Podcast exists to raise awareness of human trafficking in North America and empower everyday people to work with their local municipalities to create a safe place for citizens, a hostile environment for criminals, and a second chance for survivors. Host, Nicole Bernard, is the director of Second Life North Carolina. Nicole is the mother of four. She initially learned about human trafficking on the international scale but discovered that trafficking was happening in her own community ab ...
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Crystal Bennett as the two discuss the importance of building survivor informed organizations and how the Toolkit for Building Survivor Informed Organizations serves organizations who seek to do so. Crystal Bennett Crystal Benett is a seasoned professional serving as the Deputy Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan looks back on episode #208: The Intersection of Children’s Rights and Combating Human Trafficking, with Rabbi Diana Gerson. Rabbi Diana Gerson Rabbi Diana Gerson is the associate executive vice president of the New York Board of Rabbis. She has been a leading advocate with the New York Board of Rabbis role in confronting family vi…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by the Ending Human Trafficking Podcast intern, Nadia Sosa, as the two discuss Dr. Sandie Morgan’s new award. Dr. Sandie Morgan Dr. Sandie Morgan is recognized globally for her expertise on combating human trafficking and working to end violence against women. She is the director of the Global Center for Women and Justic…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan looks back at episode #110, with founding co-host Dave Stachowiak, as the two discuss the importance of making just choices with our purchasing power. Key Points It’s important to understand that as consumers, we all have a purchasing power that we can use, and it all begins with awareness and consideration of what’s good for thos…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Kirsten Foot as the two discuss the role that government agencies play in equipping and influencing others against trafficking. Kirsten Foot Kirsten Foot, PhD, is the CEO and Executive Director of Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST) which educates employers to prevent  human trafficking, and provides path…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Susan Kennedy as the two discuss the importance of keeping our children safe online. Susan Kennedy Susan Kennedy joined the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in 2018.  At NCMEC, Susan leads NCMEC’s prevention, outreach, training, and partnership programs. Previously Susan was the Director of Programs …
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Dr. Sandra Morgan is joined by her friend and colleague, Kimberly Casey. The two discuss the National Human Trafficking Prevention Framework and the ways in which human trafficking is not simply a crime, but a human rights and public health issue. Kimberly Casey Kimberly is Communications and Prevention Specialist at the Office on Trafficking in Pe…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Lisa Murdock as the two discuss the critical response of medical institutions to human trafficking. Lisa Murdock Lisa Murdock, MSN, RN, CNE Pediatric Acute Care Nurse & Co-Chair Healthcare subcommittee of the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force. Over the past 23 years, Lisa has worked in pediatric acute care ho…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Kevin Bales as the two discuss the importance of intersectionality when fighting to end human trafficking. Kevin Bales Kevin Bales is a professor of contemporary slavery and a co-founder of Free the Slaves, a nonprofit organization that works to end slavery worldwide. He has written several books and articles on moder…
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Dr. Sandra Morgan is joined by Kaitlyn Zedalis as the two discuss the role of forced criminality in labor trafficking. Kaitlyn Zedalis Kaitlyn Zedalis is the associate director of research, learning, and advocacy for the Covenant House Action and Research Tank (CHART) at Covenant House New Jersey, where she oversees agency initiatives related to re…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Kirsten Foot and Kenneth Andrew as the three discuss the role of Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST) in equipping businesses with the tools and resources necessary to end trafficking. Kirsten Foot Kirsten Foot, PhD, is the CEO and Executive Director of Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST) whic…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Panida Rzonca as the two discuss the importance of organizations who provide services to those of different cultures, specifically the Asian Pacific Islander community. Panida Rzonca Panida has been working with Thai victims of human trafficking at Thai CDC since 2007. Panida oversees and provides all direct social an…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Melissa Yao and Alexis Byers as the three discuss the role of technology in connecting survivors to services. Melissa Yao Melissa Yao is the Executive Director of the National Trafficking Sheltered Alliance, a network of service providers committed to enhancing services and increasing access to care for survivors of h…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Christina Chalilopoulou as the two discuss the complex challenges in prevention of trafficking of Roma youth. Christina Chalilopoulou Christina Chalilopoulou is the co-founder and CEO of a ALYSOS Alert. She’s a graduate of London Metropolitan University and has a degree in European Studies and Ethics. Christina Chalil…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Jerome Elam as the two discuss the importance of advocating for male victims of trafficking. Jerome Elam Jerome Elam is president and CEO of Trafficking in America Task Force, Child Sex Trafficking Survivor, Survivor Leader, recipient of the Award for Courage presented by the National Council of Jewish Women, a member…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Kelsey Morgan and the two discuss the importance of measuring survivor progress. Kelsey Morgan Kelsey Morgan is EverFree co-founder and Chief Program Officer. In 2015, Kelsey founded Willow International to meet the growing demand for quality aftercare and to transform the systems that fuel trafficking. In 2021, Kelse…
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Dr. Sandra Morgan is joined by Ioana Bauer. In this episode the two discuss European Perspectives on ending human trafficking procedures. Ioana Bauer Ioana Bauer completed her anti-human trafficking certificate through Vanguard University. She has been a leader in Romania since 2010 in eradicating human trafficking. She has helped pilot survivor en…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Dr. Melissa Farley. The two discuss the issues surrounding the legalization of prostitution. Dr. Melissa Farley Dr. Melissa Farley. She’s a feminist psychologist who has authored or co-authored 52 peer reviewed articles on trauma, healthcare, prostitution, pornography, and sex trafficking as well as two books, “Prosti…
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An update about what's going on, upcoming events, the transgender phenomenon, and the feast day of Peter Claver. Links mentioned: Gender Transformation Docudrama: https://www.gendertransformation.com/ Livestream Q&A: https://momsforamerica.us/gender-confusion/ Summit on Food, Family, and Medical Freedom: https://www.johnlittellmd.com/event-details/…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan discusses her summer travels and the new perspectives she gained on human trafficking. Key Points It’s important to integrate the stand-point theory in our learning, listening, and strategy development in order to help those in the most unique of circumstances. Cultural context plays a large role in understanding where interventio…
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Dr. Sandra Morgan is joined by Alana Stott and her daughter Mollie Stott. The three discuss the importance of cyber-safety and conversations between parents and their children that will ensure cyber-safety. Alana Stott A true multi-hyphenate Alana founded and developed Wolfraven Omnimedia as a vehicle to help tell amazing and inspirational stories,…
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Erika joins me for another discussion of what we can learn from Sound of Freedom and how we can evaluate organizations in the counter-trafficking sector. We spend less time discussing the film and more about what we can look for in a good NGO. Let us know what you think! Links mentioned: Letter from organizations in Asia: https://medium.com/@lmpink…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Kelsey Syms as the two discuss R.E.A.L. Friends Don’t and its importance in educating youth and parents and caregivers about online dangers. Kelsey Syms Kelsey Syms is the program manager for the Combating Human Trafficking program at the McCain Institute for International Leadership. She has a master’s in Applied Lea…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Ezequiel Escobar Bellshaw, an attorney from Madrid. The two discuss the role Fiet Gratia, an NGO of which Ezequiel Escobar Bellshaw is the Executive Director, plays in preventing trafficking in Spain. Ezequiel Escobar Bellshaw Ezequiel Escobar Bellshaw is the Executive Director of Fiet Gratia, an NGO specialized in in…
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I have a conversation with Erika Tello about our thoughts, qualms, and suggestions for those of you who will watch this movie. Let me know what you thought about the movie! What questions do you have? Video version of this can be found here: Sound of Freedom - A Critical Review of the Movie - RELENTLESS Community (locals.com) Many links: In which J…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Stella Ayo-Odongo from the director for Pathfinding Countries’ global partnership to end violence against children hosted by UNICEF. The two discuss the importance of advocacy and creating spaces where the voiceless can be heard. Stella Ayo-Adongo Stella Ayo-Odongo is the director for Pathfinding Countries’ global par…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan looks back at Episode 28 “Stop Blaming the Victim” with, Dave Stachowiak and Amelia Franck Meyer. The three discuss the prevalence of victim blaming against commercially sexually exploited children, how it affects the children, and how to help them. Dr. Amelia Franck Meyer When we first interviewed Dr. Amelia Franck Meyer, she was…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Derek Marsh, the Associate Director of the Global Center for Women and Justice at Vanguard University. The two discuss the importance of shedding light on labor trafficking as well as understanding labor trafficking cases collaboratively. Derek Marsh Derek Marsh is the Associate Director of the Global Center for Women…
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On this episode of Make the Connection – to End Human Trafficking, we talk to Abby Germer of Refuge for Women, a long-term residential healing program that serves survivors of trafficking for up to two years. Abby shares her own journey of involvement in anti-trafficking work and the mission and work of the organization. From providing survivors wi…
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On this episode of Make the Connection - To End Human Trafficking, we delve into the dark reality of human trafficking in the United States with guest Ed Barrett from the Denton County Sheriff's Office. We discuss the challenges of investigating human trafficking, the societal attitudes that hinder victim cooperation, and the methods used by traffi…
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On this episode of Make the Connection - To End Human Trafficking, we welcome Sarolyn Morgan who is the Victim Assistance Specialist with the Department of Homeland Security. Sarolyn shares her knowledge and experience and discusses the various locations where human trafficking can occur, such as in hotels, motels, nail and hair salons, agriculture…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Nicole Strattman, the manager for the Resource Families: Recruitment, Development, and Support program in Children and Family Services. In this episode they discuss Resource Parents/Resource Families and why they are important in child welfare. Nicole Strattman Nicole has been employed with the County of Orange Social…
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The human trafficking reporting process has been a topic of much debate in recent months. As we have seen on the news and heard from experts, it can be an enigmatic process, rife with both its strengths and shortfalls. On this week’s episode Bill Woolf and Lindsay LeVally take a closer look at how this system works and ask ourselves - is it doing e…
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In this week's episode of the podcast, we shed some light on labor trafficking and its devastating effects. We were fortunate enough to receive insightful input from Bill Woolf. This episode exists to equip ourselves and become an invaluable asset in the fight against these atrocious acts that have been left largely overlooked.…
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Sandie is joined by Matthew Soerens from World Relief to discuss a recent New York Times investigation that revealed unaccompanied children arriving at U.S. borders are being exploited for labor. They discuss the findings of the report, the U.S. process to place children, and the Department of Labor’s response. Matthew Soerens Matthew Soerens is th…
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In the nineth episode we're joined by Jason Mayo and Truman Carelli, key members a part of the new, Tennessee-based startup nonprofit, Operation Rose. In less than two years, Operation Rose has been actively educating the public on human trafficking, raising awareness and striving to prevent future cases of trafficking within the United States. The…
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In the eighth episode we're joined by Sister Imelda Poole MBE, President of the Mary Ward Loreto Foundation and leader of RENATE's crusade against modern slavery. For over a decade she has spearheaded efforts across 27 European countries - fighting human trafficking through support for victims as well as cooperative law enforcement endeavors that s…
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Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Erin Burke from Homeland Security to discuss federal investigations into child exploitation crimes. They discuss the public-private partnership between HSI and NCMEC, the difference between child exploitation and human trafficking, and the rise of sextortion amongst our youth. Erin Burke Erin Burke is the Unit Chief f…
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In the seventh episode we're joined by Jack Hall, a career law enforcement officer of 31 years and 2024 Lorain County Sheriff candidate. He recently served as police chief at Westfield Ohio Farmers Insurance Company Police Department. Mr. Hall also is a member of the law enforcement training reform initiative based within the public safety training…
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In this episode I go a bit deeper into the link between modern slavery, climate change, and the Sustainable Development Goals, continuing from my previous podcast on the topic: Climate Change and Modern Slavery | The Doctor Is IN! Discussions about Health & Human Trafficking (podbean.com) Relentless website: Relentless | Serving at the intersection…
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In the sixth episode we're joined by the Youngbee Dale, CEO and Anti-Trafficking Consultant of Dale Consulting. She has served as expert witness for sex trafficking and organized crime related cases in the U.S. as published numerous studies on the commercial sex market. During this interview we talk about her professional experience and both catego…
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The Ending Human Trafficking podcast is moving forward. Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dave Stachowiak reflect on 12 years of the Ending Human Trafficking podcast and what lays ahead for the future of the podcast. Key Points The Ending Human Trafficking podcast was initially launched to share Dr. Sandie Morgan’s expertise on this issue with a wide audience …
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Sandie Morgan is joined by Adjunct Professor for the Anti-Human Trafficking Certificate and Executive Director of PEHT in Connecticut, Jamie Manirakiza. In this episode, they discuss how coercion is used in human trafficking cases and how direct service providers and front line responders can provide trauma-informed, survivor-centered aftercare. Ja…
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Free human trafficking awareness training can sound like the perfect solution for solving the problem of exploitation, but unfortunately it can also have its shortfalls. In our third episode, we go in-depth to examine why this is and discuss the potential solutions that could help make a real difference against human trafficking.…
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Sandie Morgan is joined by Derek Marsh, Associate Director of the Global Center for Women and Justice. They discuss Derek’s BJA Fellowship on human trafficking and how law enforcement and task forces can be more proactive in investigating and assisting labor trafficking. Derek Marsh, MA, MPA Derek Marsh retired from the Westminster PD, CA, after mo…
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