This is Part 4 of a 5-Part series with Bazzel Baz.
It’s really tough to believe, but American children are being kidnapped, sold by family, or lured into enslavement of sex trafficking everyday. It’s not an overseas problem anymore, as it seems to be commonly portrayed. The facts are sickening: America now has the highest consumption rate of child trafficking (i.e., sex with our children for cash) in the world.
What are the signs of child sex trafficking? What do the bad guys really look like? How can you identify a victim? According to my special guest Bazzel Baz, the signs are there. You just have to know what to look for. Make note: There is no longer a place for victim-blaming in our culture. A young girl who is dressed in suggestive ways might not really be desperately seeking attention with shallow motives, and she might not merely be the product of bad parenting. These old stereotypes must be shattered and replaced with more awareness of what’s going on around us on a daily basis. The girl you see might very well be working against her will, but instead for her pimp who is sitting across the promenade area.
Listen to this 4th of 5 shows with Bazzel, devoted to identifying sex trafficking in your own communities, and what to do about it when you see it. Bazzel says that once you know what it looks like, you will see it. Listen now, the child who is rescued just might be your own.
Please share and support Bazzel’s mission to rescue more enslaved and sexually exploited American children at ARC. Bazzel is a Child Rescuer, founder and president of The Association for Recovery of Children, an actor and screen writer who starred in NBC’s The Blacklist, an author, a life coach, former CIA operative and Marine.
THIS is PART 4 of a 5-PART SERIES with BAZ
Listen to Segment 1 with Baz: “Let’s Talk About the Tough Topic of Child Trafficking in America”
Listen to Segment 2 with Baz: “What Does a Child Rescue Look Like?”
Listen to Segment 3 with Baz: “Who Are the The Bad Guys and How do they Take Our Kids?”
Listen to Segment 5 with Baz: “Personal Words From the Man Who is Baz”