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Emancipation Nation (EN) Podcast is a podcast devoted to providing advocates, and those that want to be advocates, ways to competently fight various forms of human trafficking. EN will bring on guests that have been successful and will provide the audience with valuable, practical, best practice information that can be implemented.

Emancipation Nation (EN) Podcast is a podcast devoted to providing advocates, and those that want to be advocates, ways to competently fight various forms of human trafficking. EN will bring on guests that have been successful and will provide the audience with valuable, practical, best practice information that can be implemented.

Location:

United States

Description:

Emancipation Nation (EN) Podcast is a podcast devoted to providing advocates, and those that want to be advocates, ways to competently fight various forms of human trafficking. EN will bring on guests that have been successful and will provide the audience with valuable, practical, best practice information that can be implemented.

Language:

English

Contact:

4192158853


Episodes

Episode 154: What's Happening with the 19th Annual International Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference this September? Sharing the details!

7/12/2022
Learn about what to expect at this year's annual International Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference! We have 115 different sessions to choose from. Get the details on the cost, continuing education units we will be providing, and information for vendors. We will also reveal four amazing well-known people that are coming!

Duration:00:41:39

Episode 153: A Comprehensive Survivor Led Organization in Michigan

7/5/2022
Looking for a trauma treatment therapist? Know why it's important to find a knowledgeable and trained trauma treatment therapist with lived experience? Listen to Katie discuss the first survivor led organization addressing comprehensive services for human trafficking survivors in Michigan including trauma treatment therapy.

Duration:00:39:07

Episode 152: Prevention through Empowerment

6/28/2022
Listen to what Youth Underground does as they work with youth to prevent human trafficking. They put into practice the nine most effective elements of evidence-based prevention practice. I go over the nine elements that you can use to develop your best practice prevention program.

Duration:00:27:25

Episode 151: What does an FBI Victim-Witness Specialist do?

6/21/2022
How do you become an FBI agent? What do FBI agents do? What does a Victim-Witness Specialist do? What types of law enforcement approaches work and don't work? Learn this and more from a veteran agent that worked on human trafficking cases. Also, become a consultant for his new book!

Duration:00:30:32

Episode 150: How Culture Can be Used as a Protective Factor with Indigenous Youth

6/14/2022
Connection to culture, understanding historical trauma, and removing shame associated with victimization are some of the key elements that should be considered and included when we work with indigenous populations. Learn more about indigenous populations in the U.S. and the trauma they have experienced.

Duration:00:32:03

Episode 149: Unconscious Bias: What it is and How it Affects the Quality of Our Work

6/7/2022
How much do our unconscious biases unintentionally hurt the people and the movement we claim to want to help? We all have a level of unconscious bias. Let's take the shame out of it, acknowledge it, own it, and work on a daily basis to change it.

Duration:00:42:15

Episode 148: Male Victims of Sex Trafficking

5/31/2022
In this episode we dive deeper into learning more about male victims of sex trafficking with trauma informed researcher Ena Lucia Mariaca Pacheco, who interviewed 40 male survivors of child sexual abuse, including 12 trafficking survivors, 10 of which were trafficked by family members. Disclaimer: the opinions expressed in this episode are those of the researcher. They do not reflect the opinions or views of INTERPOL or its members.

Duration:00:29:23

Episode 147: Trauma-Informed Yoga; What is it and Why is it Helpful?

5/24/2022
Alternative therapies such as mind-body work has been viewed by some as critical to survivor healing. Learn more about Trauma-Informed Yoga including what it is, how it works, and why it is helpful.

Duration:00:21:49

Episode 146: Drug Addicted, Homeless, and Trafficked to a PhD and the Compassion to Help Others

5/17/2022
When people treat you as if you don't matter and you believe you don't matter, you lose a sense of self preservation and personal safety. Are you able to build back from that? How do you build back from that? Listen to the amazing Dr. Beth tell her story, her journey back to the life she wanted, and how she works to improve the lives of others today.

Duration:00:43:47

Episode 145: The Trauma Learning Journey with Dr. Heather Evans

5/10/2022
Dr. Heather Evans wrote two books on trauma and human trafficking survivors. Too often advocates understand the word "trauma" but don't know how to help survivors heal. We say we are "walking along side" survivors, but do not know where we're going in our healing journey. Learn the importance of being trauma-informed and know the difference between trauma-informed work and trauma treatment.

Duration:00:36:29

Episode 144: Perpetrator Focused Interventions? A Call for Help

5/3/2022
A multi-pronged approach to serving victims of human trafficking without a parallel multi-strategic response to traffickers makes little sense. We can't solve the problem by largely attending to only one side of the equation. Our current strategy of "putting the bad guys in jail" is a limited strategy. But what do we know about traffickers? What can we do that involves more than "putting the bad guys in jail?"

Duration:00:40:31

Episode 143: Are Illicit Massage Parlors One of the Most Prevalent Form of Sex Trafficking in the U.S?

4/26/2022
What happens behind closed doors? Who is involved? Why are they allowed to operate? Learn about illicit massage parlors as a front for sex trafficking and the structural, political, and cultural contexts behind their operation and how to disrupt it.

Duration:00:36:05

Episode 142: Ways Teachers Effectively Fight Back

4/19/2022
Educating teachers, other school personnel, and students about human trafficking is only the beginning. Using a variety of teaching methods including peer-to-peer education also gets kids involved in the fight. However, increasing awareness alone is not enough. Building a comprehensive continuum of care that addresses the risk factors and supports youth that are at risk or trafficked is the goal of an effective school-based intervention.

Duration:00:29:14

Episode 141: Addiction, Transformation, and Creatively Giving Back by Connecting News and Entertainment

4/12/2022
Walter Lovett describes his life transformation from the depths and despair of a porn addiction to becoming a successful, creative, and talented comic book writer that works to educate and increase human trafficking awareness among those early teens and late twenties comic book fans and aficionados.

Duration:00:37:41

Episode 140: Be a Voice at the Table from Inside the System

4/5/2022
A retired Sergeant with decades of experience talks about human trafficking from her years of experience in LAPD Vice. Dr. Powell focuses on the delicate dance between being a woman engaging victimized women and being an officer of color that is confronted with the issue of systemic racism and police-community relations.

Duration:00:44:02

Episode 139: Complex Rights and Wrongs

3/29/2022
Our laws are black and white, but the issue is complicated. It involves trafficking victims, victim turned perpetrator, and sex workers. Learn more about the nuances of the sex trade so you can become a part of the solution. Start by participating in an important study. Here is the link: tinyurl.com/ComplexRightsAndWrongs

Duration:00:35:44

Episode 138: What Survivors Said They Need and Their Barriers

3/22/2022
Dr. Rosario Sanchez discusses her research with survivors of human trafficking, including their needs and the individual and interpersonal barriers they face leaving their trafficking situation and how professionals can play an important role.

Duration:00:43:33

Episode 137: The 12th Journey: Carrying the Message Forward

3/15/2022
Listen to this episode about carrying your message forward by sharing your life testimony with others who need to hear it. When you are genuine and authentic you give other people permission to also be genuine and authentic.

Duration:00:24:48

Episode 136: Why Not Present Your Expertise?

3/8/2022
Why keep all of that wonderful knowledge you have to yourself? Share it with the world. If you haven't presented much in the past, listen and learn the tips and secrets to submitting a good abstract and consider submitting an abstract to present at our 19th annual International Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference. Not interested? Listen anyway and pick of tips for submitting a well written abstract to present at any conference.

Duration:00:39:18

Episode 135 The 11th Journey: Releasing Your Hatred Through Forgiveness

3/1/2022
The 11th Journey to trauma-focused healing helps survivors to unburden themselves of the energy of hatred that leads to poor emotional and and physical health.

Duration:00:26:06