Rebecca has the honor to speak at Leu Gardens for One Purse's Freedom to Dream Vision Breakast to celebrate the changed lives and dreams for the future. She will speak to the value of partnerships in this work and give insight from her own personal journey to freedom.
The mission of the Rogue Community College Diversity Programming Board is to promote a community of inclusion and understanding by providing educational activities that honor and support students and staff in the areas of age, gender, religion, ability, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, culture, sexual orientation and family structure.
- Increase student and staff awareness and understanding of diversity issues at Rogue Community College campuses.
- Provide leadership and guidance to support and honor the diversity of our region.
- Support student initiated diversity activities.
The Diversity Board at Rogue Community College's goal is to Increase student and staff awareness and understanding of diversity issues. The highlighted issue they are addressing, due to the pressing need, is Human Trafficking.
To Learn more about them, check this out!
If you wanna come out and have a great time of fun all while combating human trafficking, come join RBI as we partner with EPIK Project and Ride My Road in Temecula, California at Doffo Winery!
Do you love to ride!? Register at the website below!
Go to FAST RIDE's website to buy tickets and learn more!
You can also find the event info at our FB page!
Rebecca will be joining other survivor leaders from near and far for this fantastic 4 day event!
GEMS’ Emerging Leaders Conference is a four-day annual event that brings survivor leaders from all over the USA (and Canada) to connect, build camaraderie, and reinvigorate our attendees. ELC provides workshops that cover topics such as professional development, financial literacy, approaches to survivor mentorship, fundraising, media training, thoughtful strategies for direct services, intersectionality in the anti-trafficking movement, and more.
The goal of the Conference on Crimes Against Women is to provide practical instruction, using current information, the newest ideas and most successful intervention strategies, to those professionals responsible for combating the many and varied forms of crimes against women.
360° View on Crimes Against Women. Our long-term goal is to eliminate violence against women and children in every community. We will achieve this by arming police officers, prosecutors and victim advocates with the information needed to identify, investigate and prosecute difficult cases successfully. Each year, we are one step closer to creating national change to this global problem. We present a sophisticated, inspiring educational forum of best practices, victim-centered policies, promotion of multi-disciplinary dialogue and collaborative community models, and provide real-life tools and strategies to the many professionals to take back to their own communities.
The conference is conducted for the sole purpose of providing training to only those people employed by governmental or non-profit agencies in the fields of law enforcement, prosecution, social work, victim's advocacy, therapy, probation/parole, campus safety and medicine who work directly with victims of crime.
If you have any questions about whether you qualify to attend this conference, please contact Sarah Stubblefield at email@example.com.
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Rebecca Bender will be sharing her personal story of Human Trafficking at the, "Conversations with Heart"event taking place at Oregon State University at LaSells Stewart Center. Rotary Reception starts at 5:30 pm and her presentation will begin at 6:30 pm. Event is being hosted by the Rotary Club of Great Corvallis.
5:30pm reception for sponsors and Rotary Groups
6:30pm event FREE event OPEN to the Public!
RBI joins Northern Colorado's First Annual Human Trafficking Symposium. Keynote by survivor leader Rebecca Bender, 101 track and 201 tracks for students, community members, and professionals.
- Opening Plenary
- Lunch Plenary - "Finding Your Lane" with Rescue: Freedom's Jeremy Vallerand, Dr. Becca Johnson and Rebecca Bender
- Closing Keynote by Rebecca Bender
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Takes place at the Lory Student Center at 500 University Ave, Fort Collins, Colorado 8052.
Join Rebecca as she shares her heart, story, and expert training at Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry School located at Bethel Church in Redding, CA. Bethel is a community of believers that are very passionate about the things of God. And because of this, they have a passion for people, their city, and the world. Their rich history has shaped the core values. Their culture is characterized by worship, the presence of God, family, revival, miracles and healings, and a culture of honor.
BSSM is designed to be a ministry training center where students embrace their royal identity, learn the values of the Kingdom and walk in the authority and power of the King. It is a transformational experience while students from all over the world will learn keys from Rebecca to go after their own dreams and passions.
To find more information check out BSSM Here.
Rebecca joins NCAT (Northern Coalition Anti-Trafficking) to train frontline community groups at One Safe Place's New Sierra Center Community Room in Redding, Ca. This event is being hosted by NCAT to serve there vision of seeing Northern California SLAVERY-FREE!
NCAT is a collective of passionate people, striving to holistically address all aspects of eradicating sex and labor trafficking in Shasta County and the surrounding region of Northern California.
NCAT seeks to educate their community about this issue as well as have intervention systems in place that bring restoration and healing to people involved–both the victim and the perpetrator. They are motivated by the reality that there are people–mostly women and children–who are in terrible situations of suffering and oppression. They aim to bring the community together–each of us playing our part to eradicate sex trafficking in our community
Please join In N Out Burger for an inspiring evening as we present Slave 2 Nothing Initiative to defeat the growing tragedy of human trafficking and embrace the power of family's love.
The mission for this event is to offer hope and liberation to those being exploited and enslaved through human trafficking. 100% of every penny received will benefit organizations that both prevent and eliminate sex and labor trafficking. We will celebrate with survivors who have successfully broken free from the chains of enslavement, and remember those who have not. This event will take place at Disney's Grand Californian Resort and Spa with a Chef Inspired Family Dinner, Live and Silent Auction, and casual attire.
Help our communities be a slave to nothing and donate here!
Tune in for an interview with Rebecca and other survivors as they share parts of their stories with Megyn Kelly in New York!
Megyn Kelly TODAY features newsmaker exclusives, interviews with high profile personalities and celebrities, inspiring stories of people doing extraordinary things, topical news stories and controversial issues that explore different points of view.
Megyn Kelly provides a fresh take on morning television with exclusive newsmaker interviews, inspiring stories, and an approach to the day's hot topics that will leave viewers thinking through the day. The stories Megyn covers are meant to move, and challenge what viewers may already know. It's Megyn's unique, authentic style that helps her audience connect more to these stories and ultimately to each other. "Megyn Kelly Today" is a morning show designed to leave the viewer feeling empowered and inspired to settle for more -- more joy, more love, more human connection in life.
To be considered for the live audience check them out here.
Watch Rebecca's story with us tonight at 10:00 pm Central.
Wednesday, January 17th
To watch be sure to tune into CBS-DFW 11
Or watch online after 10pm Central by clicking HERE.
Rebecca Bender is more than just a survivor of domestic Sex Trafficking. She is an award winning, internationally recognized speaker, author and Survivor Leader in the movement to eradicate modern day slavery. Her testimony of redemption, escaping a life of sex trafficking, can be read in her first book Roadmap to Redemption, which has helped hundreds of victims find hope. Finishing her master's degree in Christian Thought, Rebecca is now a licensed Minister and mother of four children. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and their family.
RBI will be joining Unto the Least of These for their annual Conference, "Unto the Least of These Missions Conference." They will be focusing on human trafficking and what role local churches can play in their communities to stand against this! For more information, check out their Facebook Event.
Investigative Discovery and Tamron Hall is airing "It Could've Been Me" - Rebecca Bender and Bekah Charleston's story of being trafficked. You do not want to miss this segment on trafficking in America only on Deadeline: Crime
7pm PST/ 10pm EST *check your local listings
Ever wonder what was Rebecca's mom thinking was happening? Why didn't the Federal Investigator "rescue" them? BOTH are being interviewed in this exclusive interview.
Mark your calendars!
Region VII EMS, Emergency Medical Services, is an alliance of six EMS Systems, which consist of 15 hospitals, 115 fire departments & ambulance services, and nearly 5000 EMS providers who Rebecca will share her knowledge and expertise with to improve our medical community!
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What: Motorcycle Raffle (You do NOT need to be present to win!)
Who: YOU could win!
When: September 16th, 2017
Where: The Black Lightning Motorcycle Cafe - Eureka, California
Why: Proceeds go to RBI and Game Over
RBI is speaking at this 47th Annual Trauma and EMS Conference
Where: Little America Hotel in Cheyenne, WY
When: August 10th
The Wyoming Office of Emergency Medical Services and the Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault are committed to ensuring that Wyoming's healthcare community is ready to recognize and care for human trafficking victims, and to helping end human trafficking. We are partnering together with the Rebecca Bender Initiative, to provide two special sessions on the subject of identifying and helping victims of human trafficking at the 47th Annual Trauma and EMS Conference on August 10, 2017, at the Little America Hotel, Cheyenne, Wyoming.
The two sessions are offered free of charge and no registration is required.
If you would like to attend the participate in the entire 47th Annual Trauma and EMS Conference, we would love to have you join us!! You can register for the conference at:
Build Beyond Conference 2017
May 15-17 • Indianapolis
Schrott Auditorium at Butler University
Click here to buy tickets!
We are proud that two of our speakers will be presenting on Day 1 of this event. If this is your field or you want to learn more, join the 3 day event.
Build Beyond is a comprehensive three-day training event that will equip you to care more effectively for survivors of human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation. This annual training will help you adapt your professional skills to meet the unique needs of this population. By customizing your treatment approach, you will empower survivors to Build Beyond their current circumstances and past experiences to reach the life they desire.
Taught by survivors and subject matter experts, this conference will engage participants through lecture and experiential demonstrations. Build Beyond is ideal for mental health professionals currently working with survivors of domestic trafficking or individuals working toward licensure in counseling, therapy or social work.
This conference offers a total of 18 Continuing Education credits for LSW, LCSW, LMFT, LMHC. Early bird pricing available until April 1. All ticket sales are final. Tickets are transferable but are non-refundable.
Build Beyond is hosted by Ascent 121 in partnership with Butler University and The Desmond Tutu Center. Ascent 121 provides long term trauma recovery services for teen survivors in Indiana. In 2016, they served 110 girls in residential and community-based programs.