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Survivor Soundbite: “Stop the Hierarchy of Trauma Between Sex and Labor Trafficking”

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: “Is Your Non Profit Open to Criticism?”

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 Hounakey.

Survivor Soundbite: “Respect Survivors’ Decisions About Their Own Life”

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: Forced Criminality is Labor Trafficking

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

Survivor James Dold speaks on how when people are forced to commit crimes, that is a form of labor trafficking. “Labor” or “services” in the human trafficking context can mean both legal AND illegal work.

Educational Video: Human-Centered Services

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

This short video examines the value of centering a person’s humanity as service-providers work to support survivors of labor trafficking. Inspired by conversations with anti-trafficking activist Moninda Maruba, the video explores ways to incorporate love into our practice, focus on building resilience, and establish rapport and trust between survivors and service providers.

Survivor Soundbite: Questioning Biases to Increase Provider Ability to See Survivors of Labor Trafficking

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 29, 2024
Topic(s): Foreign Nationals, Survivor Experiences

Eva Eakins, a survivor of labor trafficking discusses providers’ opportunity to evaluate their biases so they can see more survivors of human trafficking.

Survivor Soundbite: Consent vs. Intent In Labor Trafficking Cases of Forced Crime

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 29, 2024
Topic(s): Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

Survivor leader, Autumn Smith discusses the nuances between consent and intent. For survivors of labor trafficking that are forced to commit crimes, there can be no intention of committing the crime because there is no ability to consent.

Survivor Soundbite: Forced Criminality in U.S. Gangs: Recruitment and Internalized Perceptions


Date: December 27, 2022
Topic(s): Minors, Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

Hear Xavier McElrath-Bey discuss what drew him and kept him in gang life in Chicago.

Guide or Tip Sheet: Survivor Perspectives on Labor Trafficking Service Needs Takeaways Sheet


Date: October 12, 2022
Topic(s): Learning Basics, Service Delivery, Survivor Experiences

  This takeaways sheet reviews the content from the September 14, 2021 panel event featuring Patty Bennett, Kwami Adoboe-Herrera, and Jaimee Johnson as they share their insights on the ways in which service providers can better meet the needs of survivors.  Watch the full event here.
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Guide or Tip Sheet: Crossover Between Sex and Labor Trafficking: Elevation Without Segregation Takeaways Sheet


Date: September 27, 2022
Topic(s): Foreign Nationals, Service Delivery, Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

This takeaways sheet highlights main points from the August 16 survivor-led panel discussion focused on the intersections across the labor and sex trafficking industries–including the importance of co-identification, reflections on experiences often overlooked by the anti-trafficking movement, and an analysis of how providers can better impact identification and direct service needs without segregating survivors by […]
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