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Now displaying: November, 2020
Nov 16, 2020

Christen Price serves as Legal Counsel for the National Center on Sexual Exploitation Law Center.  She joins me to talk about the case, Charleston v. State of Nevada, where they will argue that Nevada’s pro-prostitution law conflicts with federal laws that ban sex trafficking and violates the Thirteenth Amendment’s ban on any form of involuntary servitude. endsexualexploitation.org

NotSafeForWomen.org

 

Nov 13, 2020

This episode is The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) Webinar addressing the case:  Charleston vs. state of Nevada.

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) Law Center will be arguing that Nevada’s pro-prostitution law conflicts with federal laws that ban sex trafficking and violates the Thirteenth Amendment’s ban on any form of involuntary servitude. More details about the plaintiffs’ stories, and the legal briefs can be found at NotSafeForWomen.com.

https://endsexualexploitation.org/ 

Panelists:

Rebekah Charleston, Survivor of Nevada’s Legal Brothels, Plaintiff in this case.

Christen Price, Legal Counsel, National Center on Sexual Exploitation; Co-counsel in this case.

Jason Guinasso, Attorney; Lead attorney in this case.

Melissa Holland, Founder, Awaken; Provides direct services to women in prostitution in Nevada & leads local efforts to overturn NV’s prostitution laws.

Angela Delgado-Williams, Survivor of Sex Trafficking in Nevada.

Nov 9, 2020

Aashima Samuel heads the Children at Risk project with Evangelical Fellowship of India (EFIC@R) as the National Director. Her desire is to see that the churches and communities arise and come together to eradicate Human trafficking.

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