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Massachusetts Human Trafficking

5K walk, run held in Springfield to raise awareness of human trafficking – WWLP.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – A 5K and walk-a-thon was held Saturday at Forest Park in Springfield.  Dozens of people ran and walked the roads of Forest Park for Evangel Assembly’s “Stop Traffic 5K”  The mission of the walk is to raise the awareness of Human Trafficking in western Massachusetts. Human Read More

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MT: Bus Company Trains Every Employee How to Detect Human Trafficking – MassTransitMag.com (press release) (blog)

| Share | Share | Share | Share Sept. 20–An effort to train each of the 210 or so employees of Jefferson Lines, a Minneapolis-based transit company that serves Billings and other communities in 14 states, to recognize the signs of human trafficking has paid off over the past three Read More

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A Mother Loses Her Children. Why?

September 20, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization This continues the case of Alma S. whose parental rights to her two children were terminated by the ruling of the Arizona Supreme Court. The trial court ruled in favor of termination, but was reversed by Read More

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AZ: Supreme Court Rules Child’s Interests Trump Parents’ Rights?

September 19, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization I can’t be sure from this article, but it looks like the Arizona Supreme Court may have made a big mistake (AZ Central, 9/17/18).  The article is well done, but I need to read the SC decision and Read More

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Federal Funding Provides Incentives for States to Take Children Away from Families Even When No Abuse is Present

The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) laid the foundation for families such as Sarah Carter’s to be torn apart. Photo provided by Carter family. by Terri LaPointHealth Impact News When Child Protective Services (CPS) takes children from a loving, non-abusive family, the parents, and sometimes grandparents, aunts, and Read More

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Opinion: Human trafficking requires increased awareness, better … – LSU Now

When you hear the term “human trafficking,” what comes to mind? Do you picture drug cartel-like criminal organizations in Central America? Or perhaps a complex web of Eastern Asian buyers and sellers? You might think of African youth sold to militias to be turned into child soldiers. You would be Read More

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Opinion: Human trafficking requires increased awareness, better resources – LSU Now

When you hear the term “human trafficking,” what comes to mind? Do you picture drug cartel-like criminal organizations in Central America? Or perhaps a complex web of Eastern Asian buyers and sellers? You might think of African youth sold to militias to be turned into child soldiers. You would be Read More

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Shared Parenting Coming to India?

September 17, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization With divorce rates on the rise in India, it’s time our lawmakers gave serious thought to amending the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act to alleviate the trauma that children of estranged parents undergo during the divorce Read More

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The Ease with which Government Kidnaps Children – A Review of Current Legislation and the Multi-Billion Dollar Child “Protection” Industry

Connie Reguli spoke out for families at a rally in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., on September 10, 2018. Photo by Freedom Public Press. Commentary by Terri LaPointHealth Impact News Connie Reguli is one of the most prominent legal voices in the family rights movement. The Tennessee attorney Read More

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How hospitals can prepare for new ICD-10 codes on human trafficking – Becker’s Hospital Review

Written by Kelly Gooch | September 17, 2018 | Print  | Email In June, the CDC published 29 ICD-10 codes to help providers document sex and labor exploitation. The human-trafficking-related codes are a collaboration between Englewood, Colo.-based Catholic Health Initiatives, the American Hospital Association’s Hospitals Against Violence initiative and clinicians at Boston-based Read More

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