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In this episode of The 411 Live, we continue to talk to Bianca Williams, an entrepreneur and founder of a nonprofit organization called, A Cry for Help Foundation and we also have the pleasure of talking to Kima Hamilton, co-owner of the Retreat Event Center.
Bianca Williams is happy to continue to relay the message of how dangerous the strip club environment is. She reminds us that the line between being a dancer and being drawn into the sex trafficking world is so thin that people must be mindful of who they talk to and get involved with. Kima Hamilton had around 20 years of history with the strip club industry. He brings an interesting perspective in trying to bring a focus on how some environments can be more at risk than others. He goes on to says, “There are owners who, you know, who have a predatory relationship with whoever…and then you have certain cultures and environments where this isn’t accepted.” Listen along as we continue our conversation on the thin line between dancing and sex trafficking. This is The 411 Live. Real People. Real Talk.
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