Kevin Miller

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A day long social media workshop for women and girl-children was recently hosted by the U.S. Consulate in Lagos, Nigeria and Abisoye Ajayi of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) and cofounder of the Pearls Africa Foundation, according to a press release. The workshop, called “A Crowd4Her,” was “meant to raise awareness on girl-child issues […]

Please click on this link to view the Imprisoned Show Newsletter Feb-March 2016. This issue features The Enitan Story’s Survivor Empowerment Sewing Program, and includes a recap of Imprisoned Show and The Enitan Story in 2015. On March 18, Students Against Abuse and Slavery International (SAASI) launches. SAASI is an international network of students committed […]

Please click this link Imprisioned Show Newsletter to view or download Imprisoned Show and The Entian Story’s January 2016 newsletter. 2015 was a busy year for The Enitan Story. Bringing the Story Back Home sent The Enitan Story to Nigerian colleges to teach students about the dangers of human trafficking. The Enitan Story’s founder, Bukola Oriola, […]

The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) has released a resource guide to assist policy makers, law enforcement, service providers and other stakeholders in the fight against human trafficking. The guide, called “Faces of Human Trafficking,” features a nine-part video series highlighting the stories of several survivors, service providers, and different aspects of the crime. […]

The International Human Trafficking Institute (IHTI) is pairing with the LGBT Institute and other partners in Florida and Georgia to hold events during National Human Trafficking Awareness Month. The events are intended to heighten awareness and get communities involved in the fight against human trafficking. On January 15, 2016, “Poetry for Freedom” is being held […]

A panel from the National Survivor Network will brief Congress on the criminalization of survivors of human trafficking. On January 21, 2016, a group of six survivors and service providers will provide their perspective on the issue. The criminalization of survivors is a serious issue. Victims are often too afraid to go to the police […]

President Barak Obama has decreed that January of 2016 is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention month. “One hundred and fifty years ago, our Nation codified the fundamental truth that slavery is an affront to human dignity,” President Obama said in a press release. “Still, the bitter fact remains that millions of men, women, and […]

Imprisoned Show Episode 25 is available for streaming now. It details Bukola Oriola’s appointment to the US Advisory Council on Human Trafficking, and Bringing the Story Back Home (BTSBH). In part one, watch Oriola as she engaged with Nigerian media members during BTSBH.

Bukola Oriola, founder of Minneapolis based non-profit organization, The Enitan Story, was appointed to serve on the US Advisory Council on Human Trafficking on December 21, 2015. “I am honored that these talented individuals have decided to serve our country,” said President Barack Obama in a press release. “They bring their years of experience and expertise […]

Since 2012, the United Nations has been announcing one day deemed the International Day of the Girl Child. The day highlights girl’s human rights, gender inequalities, discrimination and abuse around the world. This year, it is on October 9, and the US Consulate in Lagos, Nigeria is hosting an event. The event, which begins at […]