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For Human Trafficking Awareness Month, Beverly Taylor meets with Jenny Almquist, the executive director and founder of Fierce Freedom – an organization that is working to educate and move people to work towards the abolishment of human trafficking. In this episode of The 411 Live, Jenny shares the devastating truths of sex trafficking hidden in middle and high schools of rural communities. She also shares tips for parents and mentors to create the right conversations that could prevent sex trafficking. “Parents aren’t aware that their kids aren’t aware.”
Jenny Almquist – Fierce Freedom, Co-Founder/Executive Director
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