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How I rebuilt my life after breaking free

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My life in general has been full of winding, twisted roads and journeys people would never imagine. Like most trafficking victims, my abuse started...

Being a voice for the voiceless: how a survivor wants to...

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I am a 35-year-old survivor of human trafficking, and I am determined to use my experience to help others escape the demoralizing and tormenting...

3 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT TRAFFICKING

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Awareness about human trafficking has exploded in recent months. Stories of creepy white vans in Target parking lots and billionaires who are up to...

Racial Disparities in Human Trafficking

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African Americans have been at the hands of past and modern-day slavery for centuries. African American women have been a commodity since thebeginning of...

3 things that helped me get sober

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Addiction doesn't have a cure, and recovery takes daily work. But there are good habits that helped many addicts on their way to sobriety....

One Day at a Time

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"Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is often more important than the outcome." - Arthur Ashe My name is Anya, and I'm...

I Am Not a Label

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All our lives, we identify ourselves with labels. Our gender, our nationality, our profession, our function in our family. But sometimes life puts more...

HOW ADDICTION AFFECTS FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES

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Addiction is a severe problem in American life. In particular, drugs and alcohol amongst our African American diaspora.  Drugs and alcohol have a more...

THE FIVE STAGES OF GRIEF

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Grief is an inevitable part of life; it is the dark side of loving and caring about other people. But when a mother loses...

Five Words of Wisdom For First Time Moms

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Being a mom has been both beautiful and challenging. It has reshaped how I see myself and, more importantly, how I view the world...

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Racial Disparities in Human Trafficking

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African Americans have been at the hands of past and modern-day slavery for centuries. African American women have been a commodity since thebeginning of...

Investigator Chandra Cleveland: Protecting Our Girls

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Chandra is a pioneer of change on how the world looks at crimes on women and girls, especially African American women and girls.  Investigator Chandra Cleveland is the...

Empowered by: Miyah Knight

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Miyah Knight is a model and food blogger establishing her own food show, Eat It Up! with big aspirations for her life both spiritually...

Women in Business Wednesdays: Karyn Pope

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In anticipation of the Girls L.E.A.P. Tour of 2020, we're spotlighting women all over! As our first tour stop is to Pittsburgh on April...

Remembering Congressman John Lewis

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March 7, 1965. It is one of the worst days etched into World History, American History, and Civil Rights History. This day has forever...