Apr 2018

Book Review!

  It’s time for our quarterly book review. This quarter, our deputy director, Kylla Lanier read, “The White Umbrella: Walhttp://truckersagainsttrafficking.org/book-review/king with Survivors of Sex Trafficking” by Mary Frances Bowley.   In the US, there is a shortage of homes for victims of sex trafficking where they can heal, learn skills, recover from substance abuse, continue their education and launch into a new life away from abuse and exploitation. It is

TAT’s Deputy Director, Kylla Lanier, had the pleasure of reading and reviewing The Pimping of Prostitution: Abolishing the Sex Work Myth By Julie Bindel this quarter. We hope you will read the review and purchase the book to learn more! Every couple of weeks, we hear from someone through our TAT social media platforms who wonders if legalizing prostitution and regulating it would end sex trafficking, if supporting full decriminalization

Sex Trafficking Prevention: A Trauma Informed Approach for Parents and Professionals By: Savannah J. Sanders “We live in a world where an abuser can spot a vulnerable child from a mile away—or more likely from across the room—but every other adult in their life, misses it.” Savannah shared that with me when I asked her for a quote to turn into a graphic for TAT’s social media. It resonated with

Nobody’s Girl: A Memoir of Lost Innocence, Modern-Day Slavery and Transformation by:Barbara Amaya Review by TAT deputy director Kylla Lanier I read this book on a 2-hour flight to Denver, and I was mesmerized. I couldn’t put it down. I was transported into the world that Barbara Amaya lived in from childhood through adulthood. Her vivid account of being sexually abused as a young girl, running away repeatedly as a


Jan 2017

TAT Book Review

It’s time for our quarterly book review, and our Deputy Director, Kylla Lanier, had the opportunity to review The Same Kind of Human: Seeing the Marginalized and Exploited through Eyes of Grace By: Christine McDonald. We hope you will check this book out especially if you are a member of a faith community. It is well-worth the read! When we hear of suffering, so many of us are deeply moved