She Sells Sea Shells

Beth Fisher, a good friend of mine, sent me a one of her beautiful poems this week.  You can check out not with ink to read more of her writing.  Please note that the original poem is formatted a little differently, as my html skills are a bit shaky.  For those of you who want to […]

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A Sex Trafficking Photo Essay

The following is a collection of pictures I put together that tells parts of a trafficking story.  I have entitled each one based on how it resonates with me, but I would encourage you to come up with your own titles and what the pictures mean to you.  I found these royalty free photos at […]

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Pepsi’s Good Idea Contest: She Shall Go Free Needs Your Vote!

Whether gaseous sugary drinks are your thing or not, Pepsi’s Refresh Project is giving away a $25,000 grant to individuals or organizations that submits the best proposals to address a need they are passionate about. She Shall Go Free, an organization that fights sex trafficking and raises awareness about gender-based violence, has submitted their proposal […]

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Meet an Abolitionist: Seth Johnson

About a year ago, my husband and I became friends with a fellow abolitionist online through Twitter.  After corresponding via email and phone for several months, we had the opportunity to actually have a face-to-face meeting with Seth Johnson in Florida back in July.  Our lunch conversation probably got some heads turning as we discussed […]

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Canada Launches Blue Blindfold Campaign to Fight Trafficking

On Tuesday Public Safety Minister Vic Toews joined the RCMP and Crime Stoppers to announce the “Blue Blindfold” campaign to fight human trafficking.  The campaign aims to increase the public’s understanding of what trafficking is and how people can identify suspicious activity.  It allows for people to come forward anonymously to Crime Stoppers and report […]

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