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What YOU NEED to Know About Human Trafficking
December 30, 2022
On this podcast we discuss a serious topic that many people know few facts about. That topic is human trafficking – sexual trafficking and labor trafficking. The stats will shock you and disgust. It is a much more prevalent concern than most people realize. I saw a notice that Nancy Hartwell was available to be interviewed about human trafficking and it seemed like a unique topic, but I had no idea about the scope of the problem until I started doing some research for the show. Do you remember the story of the man in Cleveland Ohio that kept 3 young women hostage for years? That is just one of many stories throughout the country. I highly recommend people tune in to learn more and to be more aware of what’s happening around us. I would bet the people on that street in Cleveland wish they had had any idea what was happening next door to them…
Show airs Thursday, December 29, 2022, at 9 pm ET/6 pm PT

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About Nancy Hartwell

Nancy Hartwell is an internationally recognized authority on human trafficking, most particularly the 21st Century slave trade largely focused on the oil-rich states of the Persian Gulf.

She has written three books on the subject, forming her Human Trafficking Series. The flagship book, Harem Slave, became number one in its category on Amazon merely five weeks after its release, and it has reached number 7 in All Fiction on Amazon — nearly 3 million titles. Books 2 and 3, Prince Ibrahim’s Favorite and Voices from the Harem, are also perennial best-sellers.

She grew up in Tampa, Florida, earned a degree in international relations from The American University in Washington, DC, and married a prominent attorney from Cameroon, where she lived and worked for more than 14 years. Upon her return to the US, she worked on Capitol Hill for The Washington Post (7 years) and was lead proposal writer for an international consulting firm (15 years). She has had radio plays produced by both the BBC and by ORTF (France).

She became fascinated — and horrified — by human trafficking when a German friend of hers disappeared, and it was later rumored that she had been sold to a sultan in Libya.

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