Vital information for all TEENS of today. Join the Marin City Free Library and Shared Hope International once again for the third in a series of films and talks on recognizing the tricks of the trade in gangs and online exploiters. Chosen Gang, tells the story of one teen-age girl's experience and her restitution. Internet Safety has several clips with survivor stories and a dramatization of sexting turning into sextortion. The presentation and Q&A will be provided by local experts.
"Playing the Game" - A Teen's Perspective on Human Trafficking: Survival Tools Against Sex Traffickers and Internet Safety
The Marin County Office of Education, with Shared Hope International, are hosting a showing of the films Playing the Game, written and produced by students based on the life experience of Maya Babow. The short film Chosen, and a presentation on internet safety will be followed by a panel presentation including Maya Babow and Shared Hope International's Laurel Botsford. The films focus on the techniques human traffickers use to lure young people.
Join the Marin City Library and Shared Hope International for the second in a series of films and talks on human trafficking. In this week's film, several American mothers wage war on behalf of their middle-school daughters, victims of online sex trafficking.
Note new location: Point Reyes Conference Room, 20 North San Pedro Road San Rafael, CA, 94903 United States
Note new location: 20 North San Pedro Road, Point Reyes Conference Room, San Rafael CA
MCBA Luncheon: Human Trafficking in Marin: Modern-day slavery through sexual and economic exploitation
According to a 2016 Marin County Grand Jury Report, the occurrence of human trafficking in our county is mostly unrecognized, under-reported, and rarely subject to intervention.
Panel Presentation and Film Screening: This is an event for graduate students & clinicians in the mental health fields and other relevant professionals. Community members are welcome. Admission is free.
Marin County Civic Center, District Attorney's office, Room 129
January - February 2017
Anti-trafficking Collaboration of the Bay Area engages in legislative and policy advocacy on behalf of trafficking survivors, and provides comprehensive and holistic direct legal and social services to men, women, transgendered, and child survivors of human trafficking.
Free Informational & Training Event
Do you work in the hospitality industry? Learn how to recognize the signs of human trafficking and what to do!
Hear the latest from the experts on what is happening now!
Meet providers who support human trafficking victims.
Learn what you can do!
Join us for The San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking (SFCAHT) Annual 2016 Conference!
Milton Marks Conference Center, California State Building
455 Golden Gate Ave
San Francisco, California 94102
Our confirmed speakers include:
U.S. Attorney Brian Stretch
Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón
San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi
FBI Special Agent in Charge John Bennett
Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent in Charge Ryan Spradlin
U.S. Secretary of Labor's Regional Representative Elmy Bermejo
California State Assemblymember Phil Ting
San Francisco Supervisor Katy Tang
Regional Administrator, Administration for Children and Families, HHS, Robert Garcia
- Morning Panel of Top Anti-trafficking Officials in Bay Area
- Afternoon Panel on Use of Technology & Innovative Practices
Afternoon Breakout Workshops:
- Human Trafficking Prevention & Demand-Supply Reduction
- Role of Socially Responsible Businesses in Fighting Human Trafficking
- Internet & Social Media Use in Human Trafficking Marketing & Recruitment
- Challenging the Global Nature of Labor Trafficking
MCLW/CEU credits available.
Lunch and refreshments throughout the day.
Tickets are $75 - $250.
Admission is free for students and survivors of human trafficking. To register under this option, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Purchase tickets at https://theeconomicsofhumantrafficking.eventbrite.com
If you are concerned about sex trafficking and the use and abuse of Backpage.com, there is an important rally tomorrow:
The CEO of Backpage.com is trying to have his charges dismissed at a hearing tomorrow in Sacramento. He is being prosecuted for supporting illegal sex trafficking (including selling underage girls for sex) and financially benefitting from these illegal transactions taking place on Backpage.
Organizers hope with a BIG turnout of people to protest, we can prevent charges from being dropped. If charges are dropped, other states may not pursue prosecution in their states either.
From Event Organizers:
When: Wednesday, November 16
Where: Sacramento County Courthouse
Superior Court, 720 9th St, Sacramento, CA 95814
***Meet in front of the courthouse – hearing is at 1:30 pm
***Wear red shirts so you are visible (or wear the colors of your own organization)
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Kamila Harris (Attorney General of California and Senator-Elect from California) arrested the CEO for trafficking in underage girls for the lack of oversight and his financial gain from Backpage activities.
Shared Hope International, a nonprofit agency, will provide posters.
Kristina Kavanau is their boots-on-the-ground contact and, by permission, her phone is 510-734-0642. She will have the posters and handout materials.
If you can indeed attend, please contact Jo Lembo / National Growth Strategy Outreach Manager
Jo@sharedhope.org / Office: 360-830-6095
A FREE COMMUNITY OUTREACH EVENT!
Drugs & Sex Trafficking in Marin:
What You Need to Know Now
How You Can Help Protect Your Friends, Family and Community
Exhibits, Speakers and Free Reception
October 27th, 2016 4 – 7 pm
San Rafael Elks Lodge #1108, 1312 Mission Ave (at “C” St) San Rafael
Embarcadero to Fishermans Wharf
San Francisco, CA
We invite you to JOIN US for our 3rd annual Walk For Freedom! On October 15, we will fight together as a global community to illuminate the darkness of human trafficking, and raise funds to rescue and restore more lives than ever before. In over 250 locations around the world, we will lace up our shoes, put black tape on our mouths, and march in single-file to eradicate modern-day slavery for GOOD!
We believe that together, we can abolish modern-day slavery!
Join us as we work to bring FREEDOM to men, women, and children on every continent!