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The Video is Ready Well it took almost an entire year, but I am excited to say that the Sex Slave Interviews film is completed! This video is meant to spark discussion and increase awareness about the issue of child … Continue reading →
Why are you passionate about ending human trafficking? I watched Tim’s video about his answer to that question and it got me thinking about what I would say. I think I’m passionate about ending human trafficking because its such a huge … Continue reading →
Was that tomato on your plate harvested by a slave? If you bought it at the grocery store this week then the answer is most likely… YES. Turns out that Florida supplies ninety percent of all off-season, fresh tomatoes for the entire United States, and … Continue reading →
Human Trafficking Awareness Commitment It’s National Human Trafficking Awareness Month (January) now and it’s been a little too long since I’ve posted on this site or done much of anything EverydayAbolistionist-y (save sign a few petitions on Change.org. I love that site! … Continue reading →
If you think that pornography is a vice you can indulge in without hurting any one, you have an incomplete picture of the industry. Before you click on those porn links today please think about these stats. –More than 20,000 … Continue reading →
So you think you’re informed about human trafficking? Take this quiz and find out for sure. These are questions that every person needs to know the answers to and Everyday Abolitionist will continue to spread awareness until every person does. Pop Quiz … Continue reading →
If you are visiting our site today because your were interviewed on the street about human trafficking and/or prostitution, THANK YOU! Thank you for being in our video and thank you for visiting our site. As you read our articles you will find … Continue reading →
Originally posted on News on Modern Day Slavery:
When I tell people that the agency that I run serves over three hundred girls a year in the New York City metro area alone who’ve been trafficked for sexual purposes, they’re…
Two Sundays ago while at Bay City Wesleyan Church, the pastor (my father) was talking about finances and how God can help us make the shift from being consumer-minded to steward-minded. In it he talked about how on our own … Continue reading →
1) First and foremost it is important that your tear down your daughter’s confidence and sense of self-worth. Tell her she’s not pretty, she’s looking fat so she should go on a diet, she’s stupid and will probably end up … Continue reading →