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 64: The Highlights from the 2020 Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference: How we Plan and Execute a Global Conference
Our 17th annual International Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference this year was a huge success with over 99 presenters and 2,300 in attendance from a total of 43 U.S. states and 19 countries. Listen to how the conference got started, the...
Episode 63: Enjoy the “Because You Cared” Thank you Message to all Anti-Trafficking Advocates Across the U.S. and Around the World!
This is a short 8-minute episode devoted to you! Come on! You’ve worked hard. Open your heart and allow someone to genuinely and sincerely say thank you to you. Also, please feel free to share this with others in the fight and let them know you...
Episode 62: Still I Rise with Rhonelle Bruder
Rhonelle Bruder is an award-winning international speaker, advocate, writer, and founder of the RISE Program in Canada. RISE is a grassroots initiative that empowers vulnerable youth. Rhonelle discusses her life as a survivor and the RISE program, which...
Episode 61: Is this an Example of Overzealous Advocacy or Good Anti-Trafficking Law? You Decide. Part II of Breyonna Jones
The week we present the second half of our interview with Breyonna Jones, a victim of sex trafficking who was raped, beaten, and traumatized by family, friends, and traffickers, only to later be convicted for a trafficking-related offense. Get an inside...
Episode 60: Ways We Shoot our Wounded in the Anti-Trafficking Movement that Have to Stop
Imagine a little girl with hopes and dreams of living a safe, healthy and productive life of healing animals as a veterinarian. Then imagine being molested and silenced by your family, raped as an adolescent, blamed for your rape, rejected and abandoned...
Episode 59: The Hard Road: How to Disrupt the Sex Buying Market Online
In 2010, Tom Perez began his anti-trafficking fight and noticed that while men are the primary drivers behind the demand for sexual exploitation, very few were involved in combating it. The EPIK Project brings men into the fight in effective and...
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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!
Full of a wide variety of applicable information! Can’t wait for upcoming episodes!