Modern Day Slavery: Courage Empowerment Forum Welcomes Rob Morris, Co-founder and President of Love146
It is estimated that human trafficking generates about $32 billion a year. The number of child victims of trafficking and exploitation throughout the world are too much to fathom, with 2 children being sold every minute.
In 2002, Rob Morris and a host of others founded Love146, an organization dedicated to ending the trafficking and sexual exploitation of children through prevention and aftercare programs.
Rob went undercover to a Southeast Asia brothel, a visit that revealed the cruelty and dangers young girls face in human trafficking. This experience changed Rob and his colleagues, compelling them onto a crusade to help children around the world subjected by this dark side of humanity.
Love146 as an organization has been named an “Agent of Change” by GQ Magazine. They also received a Myspace Impact Award for Social Justice.
Tune in Tuesday, May 17th at 9 PM Eastern, 6pm Pacific to www.party934.com, 94.9 FM Hudson Valley, NY to hear Rob Morris, co-founder and president of Love146 as we talk about modern day slavery.
Visit Love146’s site www.love146.org.
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Brian O’Neal is ‘Changing the World One Ear at a Time’. As an independent nu-jazz artist, producer, composer and keyboardist, he has delighted the hearts of millions of fans. He has also worked with artists such as Universal Motown recording artist KEM as Assistant Musical Director and Keyboardist. He has shared the stage with many great musicians including Stevie Wonder, India Arie and Jeff Lorber.
He’s a native of Detroit, MI, home of the Motown sound. His loving grandmother Daisy O’Neal purchased his first piano which further spurred his love of music, helping to mold him into the musician he is today.
Brian is also a humanitarian and the founder of the DO Foundation. With a motto of ‘Humans Helping Humans’, Brian is dedicated to helping the homeless population of Detroit. We’ll learn about his two days on the street as a homeless person and how that changed his life.
In this week’s program of Courage Empowerment Forum, Lyn Twyman is pleased to feature Brian O’Neal, this captivating musician and award winning activist. Tune in Tuesday, January 25th at 9 PM Eastern, 6pm Pacific for this great interview!
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