In the third episode of the Trafficking Matters podcast, Alicen Rodolph and Samantha Franks interview University of Michigan professor Bridgette Carr, the directing founder of the University of Michigan’s Human Trafficking Clinic—the first clinical legal program dedicated to addressing trafficking comprehensively. They talk about how to build a career as an anti-trafficking advocate as well as how to create a mental health toolkit to support sustainable advocacy.
If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.
Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship.
Professor Carr’s full bio is here.
You can learn more about the University of Michigan Law School Human Trafficking Clinic here.
To hear more from Brené Brown, you can listen here.
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Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn Kites