A loyal reader has noticed the paucity of recent posts and suggested offering links to my radio interviews as a means of facilitating ease of listening.
Recently I interviewed Kylla Lanier, co-founder and deputy director of a non-profit called Truckers Against Trafficking. TAT is devoted to educating more than 400,000 truckers and owners and employees of truck stops about signs of human trafficking–which occurs to an estimated hundreds of thousands of Americans, both native and foreign born.
Trafficking has victims in both the sex industry and in general labor — including hospitality, food service and agriculture. Anyone forced to work against their will and paid for their labor is considered trafficked.
Click on over and you can stream the interview at your leisure. I learned a lot.