Trauma is a wound that nobody can see. Traumatic memories are disorganized in our brain and they are all over the place. They're hidden for our safety and our survival but they can come out and show up at any time.
Without the connection between what we’re doing now and how our life and our past has affected us, we kind of roam around unclear, unknowingly hurting others, unknowingly unable to manage our own emotions and human behavior. With years of experience, Simmone Kilgore has a lot to say when it comes to how the trauma of sex trafficking can affect its victims. Join us on this episode of The 411 Live as Simmone Kilgore, a trauma therapist, explains the affects of trauma on the brain, body, and human behavior.
In this episode of The 411 Live, we are joined by State Senator LaTonya Johnson. She talks about the current laws surrounding sex trafficking and that it exists in public and private schools.
In this episode of The 411 Live, we are joined by Jeanne Geraci, the Executive Director of the Benedict Center. It's kind of hard to come from victim to survivor to moving on when you have traps in the system to lure women who may be trafficked into getting arrested for prostitution. Jeanne talks about the revolving cycle of the sex trade and much more. This is The 411 Live. Real People. Real Talk.
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.
In this episode of The 411 Live, we are joined by Bianca Williams, an entrepreneur and founder of a nonprofit organization called, Cry for Help. Join us as Bianca Williams reveals the thin line between dancing and sex trafficking.