07-15-2016

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Summary

While it’s commonly known as “The City To Busy To Hate,” Atlanta is developing a disturbing reputation as national and international hub for sex trafficking. Dr. Cornelius discusses ways to raise awareness of this human rights crisis and gives practical tips for common citizens identify and report suspected human trafficking.


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Intro/Outro Music: “Prayer in C” (Robin Schulz Radio Edit) by Lily Wood and the Prick

©2014 Warner Music. Courtesy of copyright holder.


Host: Llewellyn Cornelius

Email: lcornel@uga.edu

Producer: Harold Waters, Jr.

Email: hwaters@uga.edu

Associate Producer: Jessica Smith (UGA MSW ’18)

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Twitter: @csjuga

Web: www.centerforsocialjusticeuga.org


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