What is Sex Trafficking

“Business Doing Good – Engaging Businesses to Hire and Empower Survivors” – from Texas’ Child Sex Trafficking Team
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“Business Doing Good – Engaging Businesses to Hire and Empower Survivors” – from Texas’ Child Sex Trafficking Team

Shannon Deer and Cheryl Miller present on an evidence-based economic empowerment model based on six principles.

“What Are We Learning from Research About the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Youth (CSEY)” – from Texas’ Child Sex Trafficking Team
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“What Are We Learning from Research About the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Youth (CSEY)” – from Texas’ Child Sex Trafficking Team

Welcome to PBJ Learning’s Knowledge Vault video series There are a lot of places to get your information. We try to bring it all together and categorize it for you to easily access through your Knowledge Vault. We hope you find what you need in this video reference material. Texas’ Child Sex Trafficking Team presents…

“Rebecca Bender Moved to Texas!” – from Texas’ Child Sex Trafficking Team
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“Rebecca Bender Moved to Texas!” – from Texas’ Child Sex Trafficking Team

Welcome to PBJ Learning’s Knowledge Vault video series There are a lot of places to get your information. We try to bring it all together and categorize it for you to easily access through your Knowledge Vault. We hope you find what you need in this video reference material. Texas’ Child Sex Trafficking Team presents…

“Disrupting the Demand for Commercial Sex in Texas – Progress and Lessons Learned So Far” – from Texas’ Child Sex Trafficking Team
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“Disrupting the Demand for Commercial Sex in Texas – Progress and Lessons Learned So Far” – from Texas’ Child Sex Trafficking Team

Jamey Caruthers, the leader of the CEASE (Cities Empowered Against Sexual Exploitation) Texas team and CHILDREN AT RISK Senior Staff attorney, shares what we’ve learned over the past year of CEASE work including new data on regional buyer disruptions and ad tracking during COVID, as well as a look at what the next year holds for anti-demand.

Human Trafficking Education Survey 2019
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Human Trafficking Education Survey 2019

These are the results of Radical Empathy’s 1st Annual Survey of Human Trafficking Awareness / Prevention Education Vendors. Organizations fighting human trafficking have helped us with this information, and their involvement have given us a look into the type of communities they serve and the tools they use to teach.

It is our hope that sharing this information improves the results of all anti-human trafficking organizations.

“Be The One” Video from Texas Attorney General
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“Be The One” Video from Texas Attorney General

Human trafficking is a media buzz word that often conjures images of brothels in Thailand or confusion with the ongoing immigration debate. This innovative digital training tool cuts through the confusion, arms the viewer with an understanding of what human trafficking is and is not, and helps them recognize that this is a Texas problem with Texas buyers, sellers, and victims. It refocuses our attention on adults and children who are regularly exploited but are unlikely to self-identify as victims or seek help.

This video walks the audience through actual cases prosecuted in the state of Texas, identifies the tools of traffickers and how they are typically utilized to obtain and maintain victims, and equips viewers with red flags and a reporting protocol.

Human Trafficking News: Jeffrey Epstein
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Human Trafficking News: Jeffrey Epstein

An Opportunity to Spend Some Time Discussing this Very Real Problem in our World If you’re following the Epstein sex trafficking story, where he was involved in the operation of trafficking, recruiting, and abusing young girls that were being recruited by other young girls, that’s a good sign. That means people are finally hearing about…

Jeffrey Epstein: A Predator In Plain Sight
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Jeffrey Epstein: A Predator In Plain Sight

Victimizers can look like everyday people. That is something parents and children need to understand.

They hide in plain sight. They could be in your family or be one of your neighbors. It’s ugly, but true. That’s why your children need to be taught how to recognize the signs of trafficking. Not just for themselves, but for others.

You can armor children against this type of evil through prevention education.