Labor Trafficking in the US

August 3, 2 p.m.

While there has been an incredible focus on sex trafficking in the anti-human trafficking movement, labor trafficking is often pushed to the side. Labor trafficking is as prevalent in the United States as sex trafficking, except it is harder to identify, harder to prosecute and harder to convict. Our virtual session will offer the basics of what labor trafficking is in the United States, some indicators of labor trafficking and the systems set up to perpetuate it


Human Trafficking 101

Aug. 12, 2 p.m.

What is human trafficking? Why is it so prevalent in NC? Join us to learn the answers as well as how to identify red flags and warning signs in a potential victim; and how to report human trafficking.


Overview of the Human Trafficking Movement in North Carolina

Aug. 26, 2 p.m.

North Carolina nonprofits, NGOs and government bodies have worked for more than 10 years on reducing and ultimately eliminating human trafficking in the state. The network of service providers is broad as well as the body of legislation surrounding human trafficking. This session will look at how far North Carolina has come in the anti-human trafficking movement, and how far the state still has to go.


Tips for Keeping Kids Safe Online

Sept. 2, 2 p.m.

It is important for parents and adults who work with children to have up-to-date information and understand effective practices to encourage internet safety. This session will address what apps are out there, privacy setting and good behavioral practices that encourages kids to use the internet responsibly.

Sex Trafficking: What’s Porn Got to Do With It?

Sept. 23, 2 p.m.

The intersection between pornography and sex trafficking is broad, learn about how sex trafficking and pornography intersect, what a huge business it is, and what we can do about it


Talking to Kids About Porn, Consent & Boundaries

Sept. 30, 2 p.m.

When parents and caregivers are able to talk to children about what sexual consent is, healthy relationships and boundaries and the reality of the harms of pornography, they are able to empower young people to be stewards of their peers and protect themselves. This webinar will delve into the issues around these hard conversations and why they are so important to have.

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