Human trafficking happens every day in every county and state in America, but what do we really know about it? Do you know who is affected by it, where it happens, and more importantly how it happens?
Join accomplished activist and educator Lauren Trantham as she dispels common misconceptions about human trafficking.
This informative and eye-opening presentation includes:
– Debunking multiple prominent myths about trafficking.
– Identification of the difference between human trafficking and human smuggling.
– Learning ‘the four B’s’ of trafficking and where you fit in.
– How to identify the signs to keep your communities and families safe.
– How to take proactive steps to make a difference in the global fight against trafficking.
Lauren Trantham is the Founder and Executive Director of Ride My Road, a national anti-human trafficking organization founded in 2016. As a photographer, Lauren has had the honor of photographing over 80 American survivors of human trafficking. In addition to hosting events across the country, Ride My Road has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to support survivors to reclaim their lives.
Through their online platform Disruptors University, Ride My Road also provides online education for everyday people to learn about the realities of Human Trafficking in The United States. With a focus on Survivor Leadership and community outreach, Ride My Road envisions a world free from exploitation.
Presenter’s Website: www.RideMyRoad.org
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