Protecting Our Children from Trafficking
The exploitation of children and of other vulnerable people, whether adults, teens, citizens or others who do not have citizenship here in the U.S., is an extremely tough topic but one we must all acknowledge and address together if we believe that these lives are worth saving.
The Mission: End Trafficking of Children and Deal Harshly with the Sex Trade
Trafficking of exploited youth is a billion dollar industry, with the sex trade being one of the top three global industries, following closely behind drug and arms trafficking. And this is right in our own backyard, not just in downtown areas but also in the suburbs.
Pro Advocate Radio invites further discussion and problem-solving by including legislators, law enforcement, advocacy and support groups, and including lawyers and professionals who collaborate with others and push toward civil litigation as a part of the solution. We are proud to know and to support these tough-minded and brave leaders in the war against human trafficking.
The radio broadcast to be posted on this page aired on a Georgia FM station and includes part of our interview with CLAWS, Civil Lawyers Against World Sex Slavery, and interviews with other leaders in this fight including the film director of 8 Days and author Tammy Kennedy. Please listen and share to help shut down this horrible industry.
Protect.org and Homeland Security are partnership with other organizations and training injured veterans to do some of the most intense and challenging work. This news report tells the story of veteran Dahlia Luallen and how she became involved. You can also see the story on the Facebook post linked below for Protect.org.
My Advocate Center’s mission objectives include funding more of this type of work so that retired military and law enforcement can continue service through such rescue, recovery and accountability projects.