011: “How Volunteers Are Disrupting Thousands of Sex Buyers” with Tom Perez (The EPIK Project)

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Tom Perez - The EPIK ProjectWHERE TO SUBSCRIBE
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TODAY’S INTERVIEW

Tom Perez (EPIK Project)
Tom Perez is the founder of the EPIK Project. EPIK stands for Everyman Protecting Innocent Kids, and they have a goal to engage 100,000 men and end the demand for prostituted kids in America by 2020. Their focus is on demand disruption – directly confronting local sex buyers at the point of sale.

As you listen, you’ll have the opportunity to learn:

  1. About “demand disruption” and how it works.
  2. What sex buyers say when they’re disrupted
  3. What it takes to start something similar in your city.

KEY LINKS
The EPIK Project
EPIK on Facebook
EPIK on YouTube
Cyber Patrol – video
Enlisting Men in the Sex Trafficking Fight (Christianity Today – 2011)

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  • Brian McGibbon

    awesome resource! Thank you! Keep fighting!

    Reply
  • Kathy Maitland

    Thank you for providing this interview and links to these resources. Very helpful and inspirational, we will be looking into this.

    Reply

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