Sending nudes has become the norm among youth today. This revelation should be no surprise. The everchanging tides of how youth communicate and have relationships has become inextricably linked to technology. It has also become clear that youth need to be made aware of what could happen when they share explicit images of themselves, also known as self-generated child sexual abuse materials (SG-CSAM). It is important to note that scare tactics don’t work. It is also important to note that shaming is harmful, especially if that image is reshared without consent.

Hannah's Place, INC presents Silence Is Not An Option: Encore presentation via Facebook Live. Thursday, October 29, 2020 @ 6:00PM.

January is National Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Month, and NC Stop Human Trafficking is geared up for a month full of education, community empowerment and advocacy.
We are further emboldened to do the best work we can after learning of the tragic passing of a 16-year-old girl in Greenville, N.C., who was being trafficked for sex at the time of her death. This abuse can be prevented, and we all have a part to play in the long game of primary prevention and in victim restoration.
NC Stop Human Trafficking is inviting you to the table to help end this great injustice, from attending our free virtual education sessions to sharing our social media graphics on your channels to becoming a member of this organization, there are ways big or small that you can help end human trafficking.

Human trafficking is a major problem in our area.