The reality is pimps no longer can sell marijuana on the street corner in California – we have too many dispensaries for legal cannabis distribution. Now, they are back to selling sex, but it’s the teens they are after. Come listen first hand as we have a former pimp tell you what you need to be looking out for when you allow your teens to have access to social media.
This event is for educators, teachers, counselors, group home owners and workers, social workers, parents, college students, graduate students, members of clergy, community leaders and activists, former trafficked teens and adults, and those who have a genuine interest in assisting your neighborhoods by providing them with viable CORRECT information about child sex trafficking. This event is NOT the same talk about what pimps do once they have your teens – OUR FOCUS IS ON PREVENTION. PREVENTION BEGINS WITH YOU.
More information to follow. This event is free to the public, however you must RSVP to secure your seat. This event WILL NOT be open to the public the day of.
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The Broken Road That Led to the
World of Sex Trafficking
By: Veronica Wright
Author, Speaker, Advocate
Please Join Us
March 20, 2014
7:00 – 8:30 PM
1955 Port Bishop Place, Newport Beach
Audience everywhere have come to the same conclusion, you can’t hear Veronica’s gripping story of survival from extreme childhood trauma and not have your life radically changed for the better. Noted author (Boxes of secret – A gripping true account of overcoming sexual abuse in a “perfect” christian home) lost everything for daring to “tell all”. Unwilling to be silenced, Veronica was determined to help other victims which led hr to an incredible journey to the world of sex trafficking. Veronica continues to share her story and empower others how they can get involved and make an impact to help eradicate this perverse crime.
On Monday, July 29, CAST is co-sponsoring a special event at the Museum of Tolerance. Kim Bok-Dong was forced into sexual slavery at the age of 15 for Imperial Japanese soldiers before and during WWII. She is one of the few surviving Korean “Comfort Women,” and is fighting today for historical justice and an official apology from Japan. She will be travelling from Korea to speak about her experience. The event begins at 7pm and you can register to attend for free at http://www.museumoftolerance.com/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=tmL6KfNVLtH&b=6771093&ct=13219593