Dec 2018

Book Review!

Each quarter for the last several years, TAT’s deputy director Kylla Lanier reads and reviews books on human trafficking that TAT feels will be helpful to people interested in learning more on the subject. This quarter, our TAT Book Review is for Scars and Stilettos Book Review for Scars and Stilettos By: Harmony Dust Much has been said about the legal sex industry in the United States. On the one

The Diary of Jasmine Grace         By Jasmine Grace Marino   Rarely, if ever, do we get to hear from a victim of sex trafficking during their exploitation. We hear from survivors who bravely share their harrowing stories, their reflections and insights on their time in the life. It is incredibly valuable, and the training they give us is substantial, enabling us to do our jobs better


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