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Creating community for survivors: How libraries can support and destigmatize sex trafficking survivors

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Title:Creating community for survivors: How libraries can support and destigmatize sex trafficking survivors
Authors:Collins, Suzie
Perez, Cat
Keywords:Library science
Sex Trafficking
Date Issued:15 Nov 2018
Abstract:Hawaii's sex trafficking survivors are reaching out to nonprofits for help, but the few that exist could stand to have stronger support from our community. By fostering collaborative partnerships and encouraging community participation, libraries can help reduce the stigma around organizations that help young men and women escape and rehabilitate from an exploitative and abusive industry.
Pages/Duration:1 poster
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10524/63684
Appears in Collections: 2018 HLA Conference


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