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Moving Forward: Learning to Love Our Neighbors in the Aftermath of COVID-19 (23 mins)

A talk by Raleigh Sadler (USA)
Founder and Executive Director, Let My People Go

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About this talk

Over the last seven years Let My People Go has equipped churches to address human trafficking in a way that is both appropriate and sustainable. I will be sharing some of the best practices that we have learned about empowering faith communities to recognize and respond to the most vulnerable among them. By rethinking our understanding of awareness, mobilization and vulnerability within the local community, we can interrupt cycles of exploitation.

The presentation will include practical and tangible insights for caring for those most vulnerable. Each person in attendance will learn better how to recognize and respond to those at risk. In addition, they will learn about Let My People Go’s model of vulnerability, namely how vulnerable people can serve other vulnerable people.

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Raleigh Sadler (USA)

Raleigh is also the author of Vulnerable: Rethinking Human Trafficking. He has been featured by NY Daily News, the USA Today network, and written for the Huffington Post, The Gospel Coalition, and the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.

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