Retrospective: Phil Gazley

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In this episode, meet Phil Gazley, an anti-human trafficking educator who works with communities and law enforcement agencies around the world. We talk art, culture, creative integrity and more:
  • How to prevent human trafficking by focusing on other things, and what he's seeing right now
  • What anti-trafficking activists can learn from independent artists
  • The power of artists to influence culture philosophically
  • A middle road between academia and business created by independent art and soul care
  • Commercialization and philosophical integrity
  • Creating a culture of invitation and working on a grassroots level

Phil Gazley works on anti-trafficking efforts, developing coalitions and partnering with government groups, law enforcement agencies and NGOs. You can support this work here.


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