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.
Episode 79: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Part II: System Abuse
This week we dive back into the conversation surrounding the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. In part 2 of this series, we focus on the exploitation and oppression present in the systems that commonly serve indigenous women and families....
Episode 78: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: An Alarming Reality
This is a three-part series on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada and the U.S. Tune in to learn about this little known yet flourishing epidemic. Indigenous women experience higher murder rates and violence than any other group in the U.S....
Episode 77: Invisible Traffick: Empowering Parents and Teachers to Make the Invisible Visible
Teaching kids ages 7 to 11 how to watch out for cars as they cross the street is our responsibility. Also teaching them how to watch out for those who would exploit them is also our responsibility. Gayle Bunting’s organization “Invisible Traffick” does...
Episode 76: The Six Critical P’s to Eliminating Human Trafficking
As 2020 comes to an end, the wish for the new year is that we move ourselves and nations closer to ending human trafficking. Listen to the six critical ways we can all work toward eliminating human trafficking and promoting freedom for others in our own...
Episode 75: Painfully Funny: All Fight and No Fun Leads to Burnout
Survivors have had difficult and traumatic experiences. Practitioners can experience vicarious trauma from spending extended time supporting a client’s recovery. However, learning to laugh keeps us from succumbing to the tragedies we see each day. ...
Episode 74: Thinking of Starting a Home for Women? Listen to this Episode on How you Might Do it
The Pottershands Foundation opened a home for women survivors in 2018 and they currently have openings for survivors who need a great home and quality programming to help heal. The programming is amazing and the home is lovely. Learn how Deb Kuehner...
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Are you non-stop working trying to — serve the people in your community, advocate for your people, complete your research, studying, driving to your home visits, taking care of your kiddos, taking crisis calls, practicing your self-care..
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G2G I need to get back to binging this podcast that’s teaching me so much about how to create equitable change in our society!!! I’m on episode 10!!
Great content, great sound!
I love hearing the dynamic between Celia and her guests! They provide great insight into their profession and the range of guests is amazing. Their information gives me different perspectives that I had never thought of before. The podcast even sounds good—I’ve heard fuzzy podcasts before but this one flows really well!
This is one of the most underrated podcasts I have listened to and it's a great resource to speak the truth about human trafficking. So many "resources" out there treat human trafficking as an issue faced by all, but we finally have someone speaking the truth about how human trafficking disproportionately affects disadvantaged and vulnerable groups. Also I loved the Jeffrey Epstein episode because it finally focused on his crimes rather that how he died. Amazing work, hope it only continues and grows!