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TIP Lab project featured on the "One in Ten" podcast

Amanda Connella and Sandra Stone

Amanda Connella, MA, graduate research assistant at the Trafficking in Persons - Risk to Resilience Research Lab (TIP Lab), and Sandra Stone, PhD, professor and assistant dean for graduate studies for the Sarasota-Manatee campus, recently participated in the "One in Ten" podcast, sponsored by the National Children's Alliance, a coalition of children's advocacy centers. Their episode, titled "Boys: The Invisible Victims of Child Sex Trafficking," addresses what places boys at risk for sex trafficking and how to help them. Listen to the podcast.

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