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A Summit to End Sexual Exploitation

Last Updated: November 4, 2020

Chris McKenna
Chris McKenna

Chris McKenna is a guy with never-ending energy when it comes to fighting for the safety and protection of children. He is the founder of Protect Young Eyes, a leading digital safety organization. Chris practices his internet safety tips on his four amazing children and is regularly featured on news, radio, podcasts, and most recently on Capitol Hill for his research. His 2019 US Senate Judiciary Committee testimony was the catalyst for draft legislation that could radically change online child protection laws. With expertise in social media usage, parental controls, and pornography use in young people, Chris is highly sought after as a speaker at schools and churches. Since 2016, Chris has worked with Covenant Eyes creating educational resources to help individuals and families overcome porn. Other loves include running, spreadsheets, and candy.


The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) works tirelessly so we might realize, “a world where the pornified vision of reality—with its utilitarian and insatiable consumption of human beings for selfish sexual pleasure, its raw, brutal, debasing, violent and hate-filled themes—becomes unacceptable to all people with concern and respect for the dignity and well-being and humanity.”

From September 29 to October 1, 2016, NCOSE will hold the third annual Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit in Houston, TX. An impressive list of experts, advocates, and visionaries populate the list of speakers who will equip attendees with the motivation and information needed to continue to fight for the dignity and freedom of all people trapped in trafficking.

Covenant Eyes, The Leadership Institute, and Fight the New Drug are co-sponsoring this important event.

If you are unfamiliar with NCOSE, they were founded in 1962 under the name Morality in Media (MIM) as an interfaith group of clergy in New York City after grade school children were caught with hardcore pornography. Father Morton A. Hill formed the group and served as its president until his death in 1985.

MIM changed its name to the National Center on Sexual Exploitation early in 2015 to better describe the organization’s scope and mission, which is to expose the seamless connection between all forms of sexual exploitation. Led by President and CEO Patrick A. Trueman, NCOSE is the leading national organization opposing pornography by highlighting the links to sex trafficking, violence against women, child abuse, addiction, and more.

Some of its more recent notable achievements include:

It was former American diplomat Richard Holbrooke who said, “Ending this crime so monstrous [human trafficking] is not a political issue; it is an American imperative, and a human responsibility. This is why there are still modern-day abolitionists. And this is why the rest of us should join them.” Covenant Eyes is honored to join NCOSE as a modern-day abolitionist. By working together, we can shine light in dark places and bring freedom to the enslaved.

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