This week on Openly Outspoken, I chat with anti-human trafficking advocate Sophia Fisher. We talk about human trafficking, our differing opinions on the decriminalization of sex work, politics as a college student, and more.
Sophia is an anti-human trafficking advocate, working to crack down on the growing crime and bring about reform. Sophia has appeared on Breitbart national radio, Right Side Broadcasting Network, and numerous podcasts to discuss this global crisis. Whether speaking to students or spreading awareness on social media, Sophia desires to educate her peers about the reality of human trafficking. In January of 2021, Sophia launched Stop the Demand Project, a digital campaign dedicated to combating human trafficking through educational content. She is also an active board member of Atlantic Counter Counter, a nonprofit anti-trafficking organization. In addition to her advocacy, Sophia is an ambassador with Turning Point USA and Today is America.
Connect with Sophia:
Instagram & Twitter @sophiabfisher
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