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Survivor Soundbite: “Survivors Might Not Look Like the Stereotype”

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 30, 2024
Topic(s): Foreign Nationals, Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

Clip is from a 2-hour survivor-led panel focuses on the intersections across the labor and sex trafficking industries. You can find the full event here. Quote is from Hazel Fasthorse.

Survivor Soundbite: “The Face of Trafficking is Changing”

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 30, 2024
Topic(s): Foreign Nationals, Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

Clip is from a 2-hour survivor-led panel focuses on the intersections across the labor and sex trafficking industries. You can find the full event here. Quote is from Hazel Fasthorse.

Survivor Soundbite: Definition of Trauma-Bonding

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 30, 2024
Topic(s): Learning Basics, Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

Clip is from a panel of survivors of labor trafficking who discuss what traumatic bonding is and what it was like for them in the human trafficking context in which they experienced it. You can find the full event here. Quote is from James Dold

Survivor Soundbite: “If You Help People Reach Stability, They Will Create Their Own Sustainability”

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 30, 2024
Topic(s): Foreign Nationals, Service Delivery, Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

Clip is from a 2-hour survivor-led panel focuses on the intersections across the labor and sex trafficking industries. You can find the full event here.

Survivor Soundbite: “Let’s Open the Door to People, Regardless of What Kind of Trafficking They Experienced”

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 30, 2024
Topic(s): Foreign Nationals, Service Delivery, Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

Clip is from a 2-hour survivor-led panel focuses on the intersections across the labor and sex trafficking industries. You can find the full event here.

Survivor Soundbite: James Dold’s Trauma Bonding Story

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 30, 2024
Topic(s): Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

Clip is from a panel of survivors of labor trafficking who discuss what traumatic bonding is and what it was like for them in the human trafficking context in which they experienced it. You can find the full event here.

Survivor Soundbite: “Intergenerational Abuse Makes Us More Accepting of Exploitation”

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 30, 2024
Topic(s): Client Rights, Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

Clip is from a panel of survivors of labor trafficking who discuss what traumatic bonding is and what it was like for them in the human trafficking context in which they experienced it. You can find the full event here. Quote is from Julissa Ponce.

Survivor Soundbite: “Traffickers Will Take Advantage of Your Need to Trust Someone”

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 30, 2024
Topic(s): Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

Clip is from a panel of survivors of labor trafficking who discuss what traumatic bonding is and what it was like for them in the human trafficking context in which they experienced it. You can find the full event here. Quote is from James Dold.

Survivor Soundbite: “We Need to Call Out the Non Profit Sector”

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 30, 2024
Topic(s): Client Rights, Service Delivery, Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

Clip is from a panel of survivors of labor trafficking who discuss what traumatic bonding is and what it was like for them in the human trafficking context in which they experienced it. You can find the full event here. Quote is from Julissa Ponce.

Survivor Soundbite: Trauma Bonds in the Workplace

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 30, 2024
Topic(s): Client Rights, Foreign Nationals, Service Delivery, Survivor Experiences

Clip is from a panel of survivors of labor trafficking who discuss what traumatic bonding is and what it was like for them in the human trafficking context in which they experienced it. You can find the full event here. Quote is from Bella Houkaney.