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MSNBC broadcasting Documentaries on
« on: November 23, 2014, 08:36:26 PM »
MSNBC Documentaries / Equality / Society
                                                        By msnbc staff

Sundays in November from 6-10 PM ET, MSNBC’s Sex Slaves series will take you coast to coast as we examine the horrors of human trafficking.  The featured locations are: Detroit (Nov. 2); Chicago (Nov. 9); Florida (Nov. 16); and San Francisco/Oakland (Nov. 23).

On Thanksgiving weekend, Sunday, Nov. 30th, msnbc will reprise from 6-10 PM ET, four hours of the most compelling and newest Sex Slave programs. 

In addition, there are two new hours premiering this month. 
The first premiere, Dazed & Confused, airs on Sunday, Nov. 16th at 8 PM ET.
It focuses on the work of Sheriff Grady Judd and his continuing efforts to stamp out human trafficking and sex-for-hire in Polk County, Florida.
Link to video preview on MSNBC is on the MSNBC website.

On Sunday, Nov. 23rd at 8 PM ET, Parlor Games, the month’s second premiere, follows the skilled detective work of San Francisco’s Human Trafficking Task Force as it tries to shut down illegal massage parlors engaged in human trafficking.
Link to video preview on MSNBC is on the MSNBC website.

Note: I watched part of the 7pm edition tonight where they were trying to rescue a 17 year old girl, but she turned the rescuers down because her pimp had her 4 year old child in the car with him. This is just one way they keep these girls chained to this degrading criminal activity. Another is access to illegal drugs that young people quickly become addicted to. The path from lying, acting out, disrespectful behavior and running away to alcohol, marijuana, heroin, cocaine, meth and sex slave is very short for many young people. Both boys and girls, men and women get caught up in sex trafficking. Please watch these documentary programs and become aware of what goes on in your area. Do what you can to protect your family members and especially the kids from birth up through their teens from these slimy operators who have no decency and no value for human life.

                      There is help for sex trafficking victims...
            National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC)

       Call For immediate assistance: 1-888-373-7888.
You can reach the NHTRC 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in more than 200 languages.
    The Homepage for the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC)


                                   Thank you~! ...CL

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Re: MSNBC broadcasting Documentaries on
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2014, 11:46:38 AM »
Thanks CL for Bringing this to our attention  :gthumbsup1:

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