In 2014, Transforming Hope created a video series called "Transform: Culture, Perception, Lives" to help community members understand how domestic human trafficking happens and what we can all do to end it. The series includes 23 videos of interviews with THM board and team members, local professionals, and community members. The intro video is below. The entire series can be found at this link.
Below are printable resources for parents, service providers, and community members gathered from various organizations and used by Transforming Hope for training purposes.
From Polaris Project:
From the North Carolina General Assembly:
From Cyber Safety Cop:
From the N.C. Department of Justice:
Check out some of the information, statistics, and resources from a few of the nation's leading anti-trafficking organizations:
Below is a list of books and movies that we recommend for those interested in learning more about human trafficking both globally and in the U.S. Please note that, while we encourage parents to have open and tough conversations with their children about this issue, we do recommend that parents check ratings on the movies and screen them prior to allowing children to view them.
- Renting Lacy by Linda Smith
- Girls Like Us by Rachel Lloyd
- A War Against the Cowbird by Nicole Bernard
- Sold by Patricia McCormick
- Not For Sale by David Batstone
- Roadmap to Redemption by Rebecca Bender
- Half the Sky by Nicholas Kristof
- A Path Appears by Nicholas Kristof
- The White Umbrella by Mary Francis Bowley
- When Helping Hurts by Steven Corbett and Brian Fikkert
- Somebody's Daughter by Julian Sher
- Love Does by Bob Goff
- The Wounded Heart by Dr. Dan Allender