Tag Archives: National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month

The Face of 21st Century Slavery

Tweet Ever wonder what 21st century slaves look like? Women.  And teenage girls.  And very little girls.  Not all of them, of course.  But of  the 35 million slaves today, more than 80% are female.Ever wonder what 21st century slaves look … Continue reading

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National Slavery and Trafficking Prevention Month. So What?

Tweet Twenty million people would rejoice to know we’re in the midst of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.  They would be overjoyed to that the United States has declared war on human trafficking.  And that we are  committed to stopping those who ply … Continue reading

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The Girl in the Pinned-Together Blue Dress

Tweet Now, during National Slavery and Trafficking Awareness Month (January), many radio shows invite me to do interviews. And with each one, the interviewer says, “Tell us a story that will help us understand.” Good idea. May I share a … Continue reading

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18 Trafficking Did-You-Knows

Tweet Today is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. I’m so glad. As a self-avowed 21st Century Abolitionist, I desperately want people to know about the horrible scourge of slavery. That includes human trafficking. Ten years ago, when I first started … Continue reading

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