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Understanding the Scope of Human Trafficking

Original Air Date 05/10/2017

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Human trafficking expert Nita Belles shines a light on labor and sex trafficking, sharing stories of people being caught up in and rescued from horrific situations. She provides practical ways to help trafficked victims and tools to protect your children.

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Nita Belles

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Nita Belles is an author, speaker and anti-human trafficking crusader who has worked with top law enforcement, government officials, social services and the medical and faith communities to combat human trafficking. She is a sought-after trainer and motivational speaker who's presented to law enforcement, Attorneys General, universities, civic organizations, medical communities, conferences and faith-based groups. In 2011, Nita authored the book In Our Backyard: A Christian Perspective on Human Trafficking in the United States. In 2015, Baker Books released In Our Backyard: Human Trafficking in America and What We Can Do to Stop It. Learn more about Nita and her work by visiting the website for the organization of which she is the founder and executive director, www.InOurBackyard.org.