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We all know the benefits of hospitality: human connection, community building, relationship bonding. However, our ability to be hospitable can have a larger effect—one that brings awareness to the plight of others and leads us into ways we can help limit human suffering. One issue that gets a lot of attention on a global scale is the issue of human trafficking, but what many of us don’t realize this huge problem isn’t just happening overseas, but in our own backyards. Law enforcement says the number-one way to fight human trafficking is to raise awareness around the issue. That’s why today’s guest, Terri Ingraham, founded the nonprofit beLydia, which empowers women to raise awareness around human trafficking. beLydia equips people to facilitate ways to talk about this issue and learn what it looks like in your neighborhood, what to do if you see it, and how you can help prevent it. In our discussion today, Terri is going to educate and inform us, and walk us through how we can fight this problem by opening up the conversation with our neighbors.

[Parents, this is a tough topic. We’re going to talk about some situations right off the bat regarding the horrors of human trafficking, which may not be suitable for younger kids.]

 

 

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