The Slave Across the Street (10th Anniversary Edition)
A human trafficking survivor's spiritual journey of healing.
Since "The Slave Across the Street" was first published, Theresa has become a leading human trafficking subject matter expert and activist. But it took a lot to get to this point in her recovery. The ten year anniversary edition takes a deeper look into the after effects, physical and emotional implications, and multiple levels of trauma that trafficking can have upon a person.
The Slave Across the Street is a powerful true story in which Theresa Flores shares about her life as an all-American, 15-year-old teenager who was enslaved into the dangerous world of sex trafficking, all while living at home with unsuspecting parents in an upper middle class suburb of Detroit. Theresa discusses how trafficking affected her through this vulnerable look into her life after escaping her bondage, and how her faith set her on a spiritual journey to now help others.
Slavery in the Land of the Free
A Student's Guide to Modern Day Slavery
In this follow-up project to "The Slave Across the Street" geared toward teens and young adults, former trafficking victim and bestselling author Theresa Flores teams up with author PeggySue Wells to deliver a must-read book for the next generation who want to become more educated on human trafficking and learn how they can help end it.
The numbers are staggering. With more than 13 million children enslaved through various means, human trafficking is a serious worldwide problem — and it's a problem in the United States as well.
In SLAVERY IN THE LAND OF THE FREE, students will get an indepth look at the truth about human trafficking, both in the United States and abroad.
With statistics, stories, and graphics, SLAVERY IN THE LAND OF THE FREE presents students with a clear picture of how trafficking happens, how prevalent it is in our world today, and how they can get involved to bring an end to it.
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The true story of how an American teen survived the world of human trafficking
In this powerful true story, Theresa Flores shares how her life as an All-American, 15-year-old teenager was enslaved into the dangerous world of sex-trafficking—all while living at home with unsuspecting parents in an upper-middle class suburb of Detroit. Her story peels the cover off of this horrific criminal activity and gives dedicated activists as well as casual bystanders a glimpse into the underbelly of human trafficking.
Even more importantly, Theresa's story and expertise as a counselor and licensed social worker help identify red flags that could prevent her plight from becoming the fate of an unsuspecting teenager. She discusses how she healed the wounds of sexual servitude and offers advice to parents and professionals through prevention tips, education, and significant information on human trafficking in modern day America.
With insights and perspectives from a doctor, a friend, and her own brother, Theresa's memoir provides a well-rounded portrait of the dark world of human trafficking and serves as a reminder of the most important element to overcoming slavery: hope.