Exploited – Crimes Against Humanity: Episode 4 airs June 16, 2016

On this week’s episode of Exploited – Crimes Against Humanity we will have a special guest. Dr. John DeGarmo wrote his dissertation on Responding to the Needs Foster Children Face While in Rural Schools. He is the author of several foster care books and acts as a consultant to foster care agencies across the USA. Be sure to tune in and listen live Thursday, June 16, 2016 at 7:00 a.m. Pacific Time on Voice America – Variety Channel! If you miss the live show, you can find the archived show on ExploitedCrimes.com.

at-risk-teensListen to the archived show HERE.

The most likely targets to become victims of child sex trafficking or exploitation are foster kids, homeless kids, runaway kids and pregnant teens. Statistics suggest that about 60% of young people in prostitution come from Foster Care. About 80% of Homeless kids come from Foster Care. And, it is believed that as many as 70% to 80% of young people who are involved in prostitution were previously sexually molested.

This week we are going to look at the psychology that predators use on vulnerable youth and how they are easy to groom and recruit. More importantly, we are going to discuss solutions and what CAN and SHOULD be done to address this issue.

EXPLOITED: Crimes Against Humanity,“ airs Thursdays at 7:00 a.m. Pacific Time on Voice America – Variety Channel. Click HERE to download the mobile app or to link via your computer to listen. We hope you will join us so together we can say NEVER AGAIN should another human being be needlessly exploited!

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