She Has a Name Theatre Performance Begins Canadian Tour

Andrew Kooman’s SHE HAS A NAME, a play about sex trafficking, is coming to a theatre near you on its Canadian 2012 tour: Haunted by anguished voices, a lawyer poses as a john to build a legal case against a brothel trafficking girls into Bangkok. Can Jason win the trust of a young prostitute known […]

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Which Thread Are You?

During his session at the Justice Summit last week, Jamie McIntosh from International Justice Mission Canada painted a beautiful image of what the modern day abolitionist movement is like: “We are all a thread, woven together into a beautiful tapestry used to keep others warm.”   I love that.  We fill in each other’s gaps. […]

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Lessons I Learned at the Justice Summit

My husband and I LOVE road trips.  We have driven from Ontario to the West Coast, from Seattle to Chicago (x2), to Washington DC in a December blizzard, to Atlanta, Georgia for the Catalyst Conference (x4)…not to mention Jay’s diamond digging expedition to Arkansas with his best friend Richard (long story).  We were pretty excited […]

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Tara Teng Wins Title of Miss World Canada 2012!

Hope for the Sold sends out a HUGE congratulations to Tara Teng for winning the title of Miss World Canada 2012!  Tara has worked so hard for this – and not because she seeks glory for herself but because she believes that this platform can empower her to empower others.  Tara, thank you for your […]

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