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Pink Shackles - Shared screen with speaker view
Katelyn Waltimyer
49:01
Throughout our presentation, feel free to enter any questions or comments into the chat!
Christine Serowsky
51:24
have you tried the urban aces?
Lauren Cifoni
01:00:11
Do you think the implementation of the Family Separation Policy by the federal government may have played a role concerning the increase of Human Trafficking?
Glenn Wilson
01:19:15
How do you determine the validity of reports of rape during incarceration two weeks after the fact because there may not be physical evidence?
Glenn Wilson
01:26:56
Tamil Rice shows that the same is true for how Black males are thought to be older than they really are.
June Cairns
01:30:49
Would it be possible to share the other trauma tools mentioned in the presentation?
Genevie Brown
01:43:08
In my experience within our CAC, many victims of sexual abuse/rape do not sustain injuries. Believing that Injuries are typically present buys into the notion that the abuse/rape is always physically forced, and that a child cannot be groomed or coerced into being sexually abused/raped.
June Cairns
01:48:09
Thank you for this discussion.
Julia Rowland
01:51:24
Such a sobering conversation with breathtakingly alarming numbers around rates of incarceration and abuse among girls and young women. Thanks to our amazing speakers and for the Philadelphia Children’s Alliance for sponsoring this dialogue. I hope this will galvanize action to identify and address the root causes of these adverse situations.
Carla Fryling
01:51:45
Thank you for this presentation !
Alyssa James
01:51:47
Great information!
Angel Linnan
01:51:47
Thank you both for this informative presentation, insight & lessons learned!
Nikkia Plunkett
01:51:52
Thank you!
Lauren Cifoni
01:52:02
Thank you!!!!!
Alyssa James
01:52:15
I second that!!1
Benita Williams
01:52:20
Great presentation!
Christine Serowsky
01:52:22
thank you for this!!!!