A Survivor’s Perspective: On Interacting with Systems Before, During, and After Being Trafficked (10/29/2021)

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Product No: 38414
Duration: 1.19 Hours
Publish Date : 10/29/2021

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Join the Human Trafficking Sub-Committee of the Delivery of Legal Services Steering Committee in a conversation with Jose Alfaro, human trafficking survivor, speaker, author and activist, and Julie Dahlstrom, the Director and Clinical Associate Professor of Boston University Law School’s Immigrants’ Rights and Human Trafficking Program. 

In an interview-style program, Jose addresses his personal experience of being trafficked as a minor, as well as the way that his traffickers exploited his identities as an LGBTQ+ teen and person of color.  Jose also speaks to the systems he interacted with and how these risk factors impacted how those systems treated him. In particular, he discusses his experiences in assisting in the prosecution of his trafficker, of civilly suing his trafficker, and of the criminalization he experienced while trying to cope with the traumatization of being trafficked. 


Jose Alfaro

Julie Dahlstrom
Boston University School of Law

Ashleigh Noelle Pelto
DOVE, Inc.

Lavinia Weizel
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.

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