LIST OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES AND VIDEOS.
The American Bar Association Re-Entry Project
The American of Human Trafficking Bar Association Survivor Reentry Project
Several states have passed laws "vacating or expunging criminal convictions entered against them that resulted from their trafficking situation." To learn more about this program and the Survivor Reentry Project you can go to their web site by clicking here. If you have an arrest or conviction history related to your experience, and you would like to be connected to the Survivor Reentry Project team to learn more about your options, please click here to submit a confidential request.
Survivors Ink can be found at http://www.survivorsink.org/
It's founder Jennifer Kempton has an amazing story to tell. You can watch a quick video about her amazing work in covering up the brands traffickers tattoo on their victims as a form of making the women commodities.
This video was made by the Guardian in the UK
Produced by The Guardian Newspaper, via YouTube
I had the pleasure of meeting Jennifer in Columbus, Ohio recently. She is an amazing person.
I'm interested in doing education and training law enforcement, social service providers, and Non-Government Organizations about the issues of female offenders and the paths women take to get into the criminal justice system. It has been my experience that a large number of the women I have encountered in prisons start their journey to prison about the age of 5 - 10 years old. I am interested in making human trafficking and sexual exploitation training documentaries. Below is a very rough idea of what I'm trying to do. I'm looking for anyone who may have a Zoom H4N microphone and a few other things https://www.amazon.com/Zoom-H4N-Digital-Multitrack-Recorder/dp/B01DPOXS8I/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1472676875&sr=8-1&keywords=H4n
I wrote some articles on human trafficking and how it happens in jails and prisons. Links to the articles posted at In Public Safety are here: InPublicSafety. You can click blow to see what the cards look like. You can also go to their order form and they will send you up to 25 copies for free by clicking here.
Below is a documentary made several years ago. I found it and it explains the crime in a way better than I can explain.
I love Ted Talks. The best human trafficking talk I have found so far is by Kate Transchel, she is
a history professor at California State Chico. http://www.csuchico.edu/hist/faculty/transchel.shtml Linda Smith is the founder of Shared Hope International. Her Ted Talk is below as well.