19 Days of Prevention of Violence Against Children and Youth begins on Nov. 1 and runs through Nov. 19. During the 19 Days of Prevention, each day addresses an aspect of child abuse. Though this is an
international campaign, most of the issues that are addressed each day have a very tangible and real effect in the U.S. and in North Carolina.
Pitt County Coalition Against Human Trafficking each year to raise awareness, empower caregivers and work toward a state that has a developed sense of compassion for all children.
We are working to raise everyone’s consciousness that these issues are real in NC. October’s PCBRACE202 Podcast focuses on the #19Days campaign.
Pictured from left is Bonnie Jean Kuras of the TEDI BEAR Children’s Advocacy Center, Portia Willis of the Center for Family Violence Prevention, and Melinda Sampson of NC Stop Human Trafficking.
It has been six months since we have been able to record our podcast, PCBRACE2020 due to COVID-19.
We are so happy to be back!
NC Stop Human Trafficking and TEDI BEAR Children’s Advocacy Center combined forces to bring you this podcast. It is designed to connect community members to resources to prevent human trafficking, child abuse and exploitation and encourage community resilience.
Our newest episode features Portia Willis of the
Center for Family Violence Prevention.
We are talking about prevention efforts, consent and going virtual during the pandemic.
We also discussed a possible partnership to combine forces and work to educate and encourage consent culture in Eastern North Carolina. Listen to PCBRACE2020
here. Part I: