In 2019, Bridget Perrier of SexTrade101, which is now a program under the umbrella of Indige-Spheres to Empowerment hosted a gathering of sister survivors at her home to have a meet and greet with the lovely Julie Bindle to talk about feminism and the human trafficking movement. It was a great meeting, with laughter, food and engaging discussion.

During the 2018-2019 fiscal year we received funding to learn about the knowledge that our indigenous youth have about human trafficking. The project was called “Songs Beneath the Moon – A Cultural Poetic Narrative of Self Preservation. This allowed us to learn about the gaps in their knowledge and move towards an engaging model to teach and learn about human trafficking as it affects indigenous people.

Statistics combined with testimony tell us that we, as indigenous people are more at-risk of being targets of human trafficking and that colonization as a system endangers us to being vulnerable to sex trafficking.

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