Talking Circle: Safeguarding our Children from Human Trafficking: Using culture as a protective and healing influence among Native youth

January 27, 2022 at 3pm

Hosted by The Human Trafficking Capacity Building Center


“Historical trauma and current risk factors make Indigenous people vulnerable to many forms of crime victimization, including labor and sex trafficking. Additionally, higher percentages of American Indian and Alaska Native children are living in poverty, involved in the juvenile justice system, and the foster care system, increasing their vulnerability to human trafficking. Join panelists from American Indian and Alaska Natives communities as they offer insight and answer participant questions on the intersection between child welfare, human trafficking, and vulnerability to exploitation. They will also discuss the impact of historical trauma and how to effectively use culture as a protective and healing factor.”

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