Global Activism: Selah Freedom Opens Home For Chicago Sex Trafficking Victims

A photo taken on the day a survivor graduated from Selah Freedom's Turn Your Life Around (TYLA) initiative. A group of survivors came together to celebrate the accomplishment.
A photo taken on the day a survivor graduated from Selah Freedom's Turn Your Life Around (TYLA) initiative. A group of survivors came together to celebrate the accomplishment. Courtesy of Selah Freedom
A photo taken on the day a survivor graduated from Selah Freedom's Turn Your Life Around (TYLA) initiative. A group of survivors came together to celebrate the accomplishment.
A photo taken on the day a survivor graduated from Selah Freedom's Turn Your Life Around (TYLA) initiative. A group of survivors came together to celebrate the accomplishment. Courtesy of Selah Freedom

Global Activism: Selah Freedom Opens Home For Chicago Sex Trafficking Victims

Selah Freedom is a Sarasota, Florida-based not-for-profit confronting sex trafficking in the United States. Selah is a Hebrew word for “to pause, rest, and reflect.” 

President and CEO, Elizabeth Fisher, joined us earlier this year to talk about starting a Selah Freedom branch in Chicago.  A former Chicagoan and radio professional, she now tries to spread awareness, provide shelter, rehabilitation and reduce incarceration for U.S. sexual trafficking victims. 

She joins us with an update and a big announcement on her work in Chicago.