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Resource available for men on how to fight sex trafficking

Resource available for men on how to fight sex trafficking

MEN! Fight For Me is co-authored by Alan Smyth & Jessica Midkiff, plus a host of other experts, survivors as well as professionals in the field. Alan Smyth is the executive director for Saving Innocence, an anti-human trafficking organization based in Los Angeles. Jessica Midkiff is a trafficking expert having survived 10 years of commercial, sexual exploitation herself as well as having spent 10 years of advocacy work helping younger victims escape and recover…

Alan Smyth: Executive Director of Saving Innocence & Anti-Trafficking Advocate

Alan Smyth: Executive Director of Saving Innocence & Anti-Trafficking Advocate

Consider Before Consuming’s host Garrett Jonsson sits down with Executive Director Alan Smyth to discuss the work Saving Innocence has done to help over 2,000 victims of child sex trafficking. Also, learn more about how anyone can tangibly help to decrease the demand for sex trafficking and exploitation.

256: Men! Fight For Me, with Alan Smyth

256: Men! Fight For Me, with Alan Smyth

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Alan Smyth, Executive Director of Saving Innocence, discuss his newly released book, Men! Fight for Me: The Role of Authentic Masculinity. Together, they go in detail into the four pillars of authentic masculinity and the significance of men’s role in the fight against human trafficking.

Healing Conversations with David Roberts – 3/6/21

Healing Conversations with David Roberts – 3/6/21

Author Alan Smyth was a guest on Pastor David Roberts’ “Healing Conversations” radio show on 790 KABC on March 6, 2021. The two discussed Alan’s work as Executive Director of Saving Innocence to combat human trafficking, specifically focused on helping child victims.

Taking Innocence Project A Man’s World

Alan Smyth is a guest on this life-changing docuseries where survivors, law enforcement and advocates tell their stories of being bought, sold and death while unpacking who, what, why, where and how this is happening to children in plain sight.

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