On November 29th, 2016, WestCoast Children’s Clinic hosted a panel to discuss how racism and misogyny drive child sex trafficking in the United States. As women and their allies across the country voice opposition to policies that explicitly endanger women and girls, the need to address the impact of the child sex trade on girls of color is greater than ever. Today we’re releasing the first two of five podcasts from a recording of the evening: Episode 1: Setting the Context and Episode 2: Five Vantage Points. Please listen to this important conversation with five national experts in the anti-trafficking movement.
- Episode 1: Setting the Context
- Episode 2: Five Vantage Points
- Episode 3: No Right to Resist
- Episode 4: Our Culture Supports Trafficking
- Episode 5: Building a Race and Gender Conscious Anti-Trafficking Movement
You can also find the podcast on the iTunes store. This podcast production is copyright 2017, WestCoast Children’s Clinic.
Thank you to everyone who joined us on November 29th. Our phenomenal panelists spoke powerfully about the issues that drive the child trafficking industry in the United States.
- Honorable Stacy Boulware Eurie, Presiding Juvenile Court Judge, Sacramento County Superior Court
- Minh Dang, Member, U.S. Advisory Council on Human Trafficking
- Holly Joshi, Executive Director, MISSSEY
- Nancy O’Malley, District Attorney, Alameda County
- Malika Saada Saar, Senior Counsel on Human Rights, Google
- An Open Letter to the Anti-Trafficking Movement, Minh Dang
- The Racial Roots of Human Trafficking, Cheryl Nelson Butler
- Grand Theft Auto V and the Culture of Violence Against Women, Malika Saada Saar
- Bibliography of articles related to the topic of gender, race, and trafficking.