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Public Safety Minded Parents

Rania Mankarious talks about the importance of being a Public Safety Minded Parent and how to handle keeping our kids safe in crowded, public places and helping our kids safely navigate the online world.

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Never Again on the Sidelines

Rania Mankarious celebrates the victory of legislation passing aimed at combatting online sex trafficking (SESTA/FOSTA) and Craigslist and Reddit’s response.

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Warning Signs of Identity Theft

Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in America. The Midtown Houston Public Safety Committee provides warning signs of identity theft, preventive measures we can take, and what to do if you have been the victim of identity theft.

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A Hero Among Us

Rania Mankarious discusses tech companies’ role in sex trafficking, FOSTA (Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act), and the heroic actions of Facebook’s COO, Sheryl Sandberg.

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Horrors of Camp: What Parents are Failing to Ask and the Risks their Kids are Facing.

It was a story KPRC broke that certainly got our attention – as well as the attention of parents all over the Houston area. In it, KPRC shared the terrifying story of a young Houston boy who was molested while at a popular Houston area summer camp. Following the story, we dove into what happened in Houston but also what is talking place across this country.

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When Georgia Smiled – The Must-Know App

Rania Mankarious discusses abusive relationships and the secret app, “When Georgia Smiled”, that was recently voted one of the two “best apps for domestic violence prevention.”

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How Much Is a Little Girl Worth?

Rania Mankarious discusses one of the biggest sexual scandals in sports history, surrounding Larry Nassar and USA Gymnastics, and the #MeToo culture.

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They Are Our Kids Too

Rania Mankarious discusses the Turpin case – parents accused of abusing their 13 children, ranging in age from 2 to 29 – and shares signs of child abuse and when you need to get involved.

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