Human Trafficking Awareness

Human Trafficking Awareness Month – What can you do?

I have been loving seeing awareness of Human Trafficking skyrocketing this year. January 11 was Human Trafficking Awareness Day, and the whole month of January is dedicated to learning more and doing more to end trafficking and modern slavery. Every day I see posts up by activists, organizations, NGO’s, actors, moms, magazines and businesses advocating various ways to encourage and equip the average person

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Fall 2014 – Local Abolitionist Events

For those in the DC/Baltimore corridor, there are a number of fantastic and informative events coming up in the next couple of months. If you have ever stared blankly at your Facebook feed or computer screen and wondered “what in the world can I DO about this issue?!” these events will help you push through the overwhelm and formulate your next (doable) steps of

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2014 TIP Report – Live from DC

Through some pretty amazing, and generous, contacts, I was invited to attend this year’s live Trafficking in Persons Report from the State Department a couple of weeks ago. I was asked by a State Department Office To Monitor Trafficking in Persons contact to live blog the event and I couldn’t have been more honored to do so. This first post is an overall explanation

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Annual Trafficking In Persons Report (TIP) 2014

This month, I will be attending the live TIP Report in DC. This is a highly anticipated event for all involved in anti-human trafficking work both locally and globally. If you aren’t familiar with the report, here is a succinct description:   The annual TIP report is a global country-by-country evaluation of efforts to combat trafficking. Countries are graded on a scale from 1

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News, News, News….

(photo credit: Live58) …and more news! As the curator of the Do A Little Good website, I am excited to be entering a new season with more time to devote to the mission of DALG. I have alot of dreams… and am ready to lace up my shoes and fire up my keyboard to get my DOING on! This September marks the start of

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Can our children really understand about Modern Slavery??

  *featured image from http://makeastand.com I was more than delighted to find this gem of a blog post today on Simple Homeschool. Jamie’s husband works for LOVE146 and she has had a series of posts from her family’s time visiting the Round Home in the Philippines. Do you have kids anywhere from ages 4-14? Do you wonder, like I do, how to talk with them

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Know a teenage girl? This is for you. And her.

The Washingtonian just posted this article. Its heart wrenching. It’s hard to read. Its bad news. BUT IT IS REAL LIFE. This is not a Hollywood version of the story. This is what is happening in your backyard, and mine (literally, in mine as I am in one of the DC suburbs they refer to). “But since 2011, police and federal agents have taken

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Human Trafficking and the Celebrity Voice

** I interrupt the stream of informative blog posts in honor of Human Trafficking Awareness Month to bring you just a few thoughts of my own, along with some wise words of another **  I was just watching the Katie Couric show yesterday (which was PHENOMENAL, worth a re-watch), when I had a few strong emotions hit me like waves. First, I was incredibly

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Happy Human Trafficking Awareness Month!

Oh yes, and happy 2013 to you too!   What a great way to start the new year… find out the latest news and facts on human trafficking and think/pray about how you could join in the fight for freedom. I challenge you to take one more “little” step towards awareness and action as you are making your resolutions, and thinking ahead towards goals

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