TruthToTell Monday, Feb 17- 9AM: ENCORE: HUMAN TRAFFICKING: How do we identify and help victims? - KFAI FM 90.3/106.7; Streaming @ KFAI.org

UPCOMING SHOW

PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO TIME CONFLICT, OUR ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED SHOW ON THE SOUTHWEST CORRIDOR LIGHT RAIL PROJECT HAD TO BE RESCHEDULED. STAY TUNED FOR THE NEW DATE, TO COME SOON.

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That means you can now hear TruthToTell – live – on your mobile - currently available for AndroidiPhone , and iPad devices.

Tune in this coming Monday from 9:00 am to 10:00 am on KFAI, (90.3 FM in Minneapolis, and 106.7 FM in St. Paul) to catch our upcoming program:

Just how much is a human life worth on the black market? Where does Minesota rank in this terrible crime? The answer might astound you. January was Human Trafficking Awareness month. TruthToTell took a long look into the many forms of exploitation and enslavement happening at the hands of trafficking lords in Minnesota. This week we encore Part One. With these crimes often happening in plain sight right under our noses, we seek to find ways to be keen to these types of crimes as they are happening, and learn the best ways to offer help to victims. In this series, we’ll also speak to survivors of these heinous crimes about their experiences as a victim as well as their lives after breaking free.

TTT’s Andy Driscoll and Michelle Alimoradi talk with our guests about these points and more this Monday at 9am on TruthToTell’s encore presentation of this episode. 

On-air guests: 

SUZANNE KOEPPLINGER: Executive Director,  Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center,  Consultant, Office for Victims of Crime Training, recipient of the Minneapolis FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award and Hennepin County  Attorney’s Community Leadership Award.


JEFF BAUER: Director of Public Policy and Civic Engagement, The Family Partnership, Master’s degree in Public Policy, Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, helped pass lead Safe Harbor law in Minnesota that protects children from trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation.

 

 


TERRY FORLITI: Alumni Programs and Volunteer Manager and former Board Member, Breaking Free, Current Board Member, Aurora/St. Anthony Neighborhood Coalition , survivor of sexual, physical and emotional abuse.