“I saw myself as someone without value” Human trafficking survivor

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Drea Humphrey from Rebel News interviews Jessa Dillow Crisp about the world of human trafficking. As the co-founder and executive director of BridgeHope, Jessa Dillow Crisp brings awarness to the realities of exploitation while facilitating an envrionment where survivors of exploitation can survive.

Visit: https://bridgehopenow.org/

Source: https://www.rebelnews.com/i_saw_myself_as_someone_who_didnt_have_any_value_trafficking_survivor_tells_her_story

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