In this Framework event, service providers heard from survivors of labor trafficking on why the voices of Black survivors of trafficking are needed, the barriers they continue to face as they engage in advocacy, and provide recommendations on ways that the anti-trafficking movement can engage them in a dignifying way. Additionally, panel moderator Bella Hounakey guides panelists Evelyn Chumbow, James Dold, Kwami Adoboe-Herrera, and Moninda Marube as they speak on the importance of culturally responsive services, the importance of a strengths-based approach, and how aspects of Black identity shows up in supporting survivors. Webinar Recording

Honoring Black Voices in the Anti-Trafficking Movement