East County human trafficking survivor to hold book signing

Photo courtesy of Amanda Moon Ellevis

East County human trafficking survivor Amanda Moon Ellevis, left, seen here with fellow survivor Maresha Morrow, is releasing her book, “Rebuild and Thrive: Emotional Healing and Foundational Life Skills for Survivors of Sexual Exploitation.”

Amanda Moon Ellevis survived her own human trafficking experience in East County, and is using the lessons she learned to help others.

She will be at Barnes & Noble, 5709 Lone Tree Way, in Antioch, for a book signing, Friday, July 22, at 2 p.m. to discuss her new book, “Rebuild and Thrive: Emotional Healing and Foundational Life Skills for Survivors of Sexual Exploitation.”

Amanda Moon Ellevis survived her own human trafficking experience in East County, and is using the lessons she learned to help others. She sat down with Press editor Kyle Syzmanski for a short chat.

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It is about other human trafficking victims and the steps they need to move on from their experience and live a healthy life. Surviving the mental and physical challenges of sexual exploitation often breaks victims to the point where simple life skills – finding a home or job, dealing with conflict – can become a challenge.

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