Education Program

Joining a Movement

Amirah is dedicated to the movement to support all survivors of sexual exploitation, trafficking, and prostitution  everywhere. 

Leadership Series

Our Leadership Webinar Series hosts conversations with survivor leaders who are professionals in the anti-trafficking movement. Register for a webinar today.

Upcoming.  2021

September  15, 1pm

Revenge Porn, Online Trafficking & Legal Loopholes

Katelynn Spencer, Lived Experience Expert

Katelynn Spencer is a survivor of online trafficking, sexual exploitation, and revenge porn - the term used to describe sexual content uploaded to the internet without consent. Multiple states do not have laws against this action, including Massachusetts, making it nearly impossible to prosecute or achieve justice. Katelynn will share about her journey through this experience, what survivors like her need, and how the community can get involved. Her goal is to make revenge porn illegal in Massachusetts and help other survivors who have been through this.

Past Webinars .  2021

Current Events

What's happening in the anti-trafficking movement

Decriminalization of the Sex Trade & The Survivor's Agenda

Why Full Decriminalization of the sex trade is a threat to justice.

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Learn more about our opposition to the Survivor's Agenda in the statement from our partners at World Without Exploitation.

Education

Expanding our understanding of sexual exploitation & trafficking in the United States

Race & Sex Trafficking

Webinar Episode with Audrey Morrissey

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On July 1, 2020, Mary Speta of Amirah, Inc. hosted a conversation with Audrey Morrissey, Associate Director of My Life My Choice on the long-standing history of systemic racism in the sex trade.

 

Speta and Morrissey discuss the cycle of "the life" of sexual exploitation and how systemic racism presents additional barriers for women and girls of color at each major moment in the cycle.

Audrey Morrissey,

Associate Director of My Life My Choice