Human Trafficking In Media

Become Aware

Below  is some information to help you become more aware during  Human Trafficking Awareness Month.  This is just a small example of what is available, there is SO much more!

Visit GBPAN’s blog for more resources!

“You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know.” 

― William Wilberforce

In The Media

Just Another Man by Tim Be Told challenges listeners to consider that our humanity calls us to take action to help those broken and wounded by human trafficking.

What Is Media Saying About Human Trafficking?

Groups on alert for human trafficking spike during Super Bowl 
WWLTV.COM

Human Trafficking Route from Asia to New York to New England
WGBH

Katie Couric talks about human trafficking with Jada Pinkett 
Katie Couric show

Check out what MTV is doing
MTV Exit End Exploitation and Human Trafficking

Slavery’s Global Comeback
The Atlanic

Sex Slavery a US Problem Too, Activists Highlight
The Christian Post

Hope in the Media

Passion 2013 Donates Over $3 Million to Fight Human Trafficking
The Christian Post

Bill Yount and Julie A. Smith: Thailand- Land of the Free- Will Impact The Nations 
The Elijah List

Annie Lobert (Hookers For Jesus) 
I am second

Resources

Books

Half The Sky: 

Turning Oppression Into Opportunity For Women Worldwide

by: Nicholas D.Kristof and Shelly WuDunn

 

Not For Sale:

The Return Of The Global Slave Trade and How We Can Fight it

by: David Batstone

 

Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery
by Siddharth Kara
In Our Backyard

Documentaries

Nefarious: Merchant of Souls Behind The Veil of the Sex Industry

a hard-hitting documentary that exposes the disturbing trends in modern sex slavery. 

Not My Life
a film about slavery in our time- a story about the way the world is

 

 a short independent film by Bella Veritas Productions that draws a connection between sexual addiction and human trafficking. 

 

Sex and Money: A National Search for Human Worth
a documentary about domestic minor sex trafficking and the modern-day abolitionist movement fighting to stop it.

24 Hour National Hotline 888-3737-888

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