End Slavery

Liberty vs. Enterprise: Monticello, Brown University & Slavery by Another Name

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Throughout history, when the battle has been between Liberty and Enterprise, Enterprise has usually won… Three items of note caught my attention this week… all caught up for centuries in this historic battle. Brown University thoroughly investigated its historic ties to slavery and the slave trade, and its profit therefrom, and issued a remarkable report […]

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Resurrecting Love: The Cemetery That Can Heal a Nation

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Sharon and I both love cemeteries. One important aspect of the work we’ve committed ourselves to along our healing journey involves burial grounds. We both turn our heads to check them out when we pass them in our cars. We’ll walk through them and read headstones whether we have relatives buried there or not. Over […]

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CNN Spotlights The Not For Sale Campaign

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The Not For Sale Campaign uses a variety of tools to end slavery in our lifetime. They have a variety of programs in countries where slavery victims are all too common. However, they have also created technology tools like the Free2Work application for iPhones and Androids to help you know which companies work hard to […]

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Buy Her Bag, Not Her Body

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- A story told by Yelena Posniak/S4C New York City – I recently had the honor to interview Supei Liu and Diana Mao, the co-founding members of the Nomi Network based in New York City. By utilizing their knowledge of fashion design, marketing, business and with great creativity, Nomi Network is making a tremendous difference […]

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Uncle Tom

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More than fifteen years ago I walked from my office to a local elementary school once each week to read with a little first grade boy for half an hour to help increase his reading skills. That little boy is now a bright young man in college. When he found out that I was reading […]

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Tracking slavery around the world

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Which countries produce the most slaves and where are these slaves employed? And which international borders fail the test when it comes to human trafficking? CNN mapped it all out – and illustrates the extremes. As the video below shows, the developing world does not have a monopoly on this degrading trade. Please share this […]

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Involving Men To Be A Part Of The Solution

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                  I am a blessed person as I have the honor of meeting the worst to the best men in my personal and professional life. Rescuing thousands of women and children from sexual slavery, I have heard millions of stories of brutality of men. Buying sex from […]

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Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher: The DNA Foundation

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“There’re between 100,000 and 300,000 child sex slaves in the United States today,” Ashton Kutcher tells CNN’s Piers Morgan. “If you don’t do something to stop that – that’s when there’s something wrong with you.” In their first-ever joint prime time interview, actress Demi Moore and actor Ashton Kutcher joined Thursday’s “Piers Morgan Tonight.” The […]

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Mira Sorvino fights modern-day slavery CNN.com

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Oscar-winning actress and UN ambassador, Mira Sorvino is on a personal mission to end human trafficking. Please share this story!

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CNN Freedom Project: Turning the lens on a hidden modern-day problem

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For photographer Kay Chernush, a passion for shedding light on human trafficking began with a plane ride across the Atlantic Ocean. “I was going overseas, and sat next to somebody who, it turned out, worked at the TIP (Trafficking in Persons) office at the State Department. We talked all the way across the Atlantic, and […]

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