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  • Identify the elements of human trafficking

    Learn how Bukola became a victim of human trafficking as a result of fraud, force, or coercion. You will also learn about familial trafficking through the intersection of domestic violence and human trafficking.

  • See the cultural barriers

    This book will open your eyes to the cultural barriers that prevented Bukola from seeking help and how you or someone you know can scale this barrier to get help.

  • Connect to available services

    Bukola explained all the steps that will help a victim become free again by connecting to services. She described her challenges and how she was able to get help with the array of services available, from a battered women’s shelter to immigration relief.

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There is a lot of cultural practices and traditions in this book and it is a great way to engage in a discussion on how to identify such in your community. You may want to focus on awareness, health, social services, or law enforcement. Bukola reveals how all these elements played out in the book. I will suggest this book to service providers, staff and volunteers in battered women's shelter, transitional housing, apartment leasing office staffs, realtors, family court and immigration attorneys, book clubs, hobby clubs such as knitting groups, biking groups, community groups, teenagers, college students and professors for discussion on violence prevention.

Rita Apaloo
Planned Parenthood

After reading the book, I got the courage to go to the battered women's shelter for help. I was afraid to get help and didn't know what would be the outcome but the book gave me the courage to get help.

Survivor
Anonymous

The day that Bukola spoke with me on the phone was the day I summoned the courage to go to the shelter. She visited me while I was at the shelter and brought a copy of her book, Imprisoned: The Travails of a Trafficked Victim. I read the book and began to be hopeful of getting help from my misery. The book is like my Bible. I have read it several times. Whenever I felt discouraged during the process of getting my green card, I read the book to keep my hope alive and now, I have my papers and doing good. I refer other victims and survivors for help.

Survivor
Anonymous
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