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Facts on Human trafficking

4 May

Human Trafficking has been a big deal in our world. Human trafficking is the second largest and fastest growing criminal industry in the world.  There are more slaves today in this world then there were when slaves were legal.

Work for Freedom

4 May

In the human trafficking industry, ‘slaves’ most of the time don’t have the choice of getting in or getting out. Most are taken by force from their family, friends, and everyday life. Could you imagine being taken from your lifestyle? Well, what if you  couldn’t get out of the horrible world you were forced into?

If you were dragged into this industry, odds are you won’t be able to help yourself in getting out of it. You may think, ‘Out of sight, out of mind.’ The point is, it’s in this world, it’s happening, and it could happen to you. Wouldn’t you want people working to free you?

So, why not work for freedom now? Why not be the voice you would want people to be for you?

Stopping Human Trafficking

4 May

Human Trafficking has became a big deal. There’s kids from five to grown adults that are getting sold into sex slavery. You can’t escape it if you have already been sold into it. Some people have been starved and aren’t aloud to eat until they cooperate with the people.  They have been beat or even killed. Everybody needs to take action and help them stop it.

Facts on Human Trafficking

4 May

Human trafficking is the illegal trade of human beings for the purpose of reproductive slavery, commercial sexual exploitation  forced labor, or a modern day form of slavery. The Protocal to Prevent, Supress and punish trafficking in persons especially women and children. Trafficking is a lucrative industry. Trafficking of children is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring, or receipt of children for the purpose of exploitation. Trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of children can take many forms and include forcing a child into prostitution or other forms of sexual activity or child pornography. Child exploitation can also include forced labour or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery servitude the removal of organs, illicit international adoption trafficking for early marriage , recruitment as child soldiers , for use in begging or as athletes (such as child camel jockeys or football players), or for recruitment for cults.

Make a Change

4 May

There isn’t a way to make sex trafficking disappear in a day. There probably isn’t a way to make it disappear at all. But we can make a change in the odds of people being a statistic for human trafficking.

Be a voice, work for freedom, make a change for every person locked down into this industry. It’s not a choice for most people and it’s not an option for them to change what they’ve been forced into. If you were in such a situation, you’d want people to help make a change for you.

You can’t end it in a day. You probably can’t end it at all. But you can change it. Make a change.

Stand against Slavery

30 Apr

How many times have you been taken away from your family, forcefully? Never.

How many times have you been starved? You may think you’re “starving”, but trust me, you aren’t.

What’s the longest you have gone without a nice warm shower? Not long, I can assure you.

Too many times we take little things like this for granted. The clothes on our backs, the food we waste, everything! Slaves would love to be back in their families arms again. Enjoying a nice warm shower. Eating a Thanksgiving feast. Wearing top brand clothes. Playing games with their family. Sleeping in a cozy bed.

HOW? That’s the word; HOW? How can YOU help abolish this cruelty? Join us in our fight to stop slavery. If we stick together we can stop this. Stand up for the slaves, they need us.

Unity Is the Key

30 Apr

Slavery is an unjust thing that is happening all around the world. Imagine your sister, your mother, or even your best friend getting overworked and tortured. They hate life to the extent that they want to kill themselves. No one should ever be ‘owned’ and tortured like this, and slave owners just don’t get that. God made us all equal. So many people want to speak out against this cruelty, but they don’t know how to. Nothing will happen if we all just watch. We need to take action quickly. Some studies show that in 25 years, if everyone comes together to stop this cause, modern slavery will be abolished. You can buy jewelry from All money goes toward helping these modern day slaves, and this is an amazing way to help these people.

Trafficking is torment

27 Apr

Every year, several thousand children, men, and women are forced into trafficking, be it labor slavery or sex slavery. 30% of all trafficking victims are men and boys, they are usually used as labor slaves, and the other 70% consisting of women and girls are used for sex slavery, for the most part. This disgusts me. People think that this kind of thing gets rid of STDs, and helps people. This industry helps no one, and only corrupts people, and harm innocent victims. This sordid industry needs to be stopped. the vile acts committed are wrong and absolutely unforgivable. No one should be a slave. No one should own a slave. This horrid industry must come to a close, as it is immoral, crude, cruel, and unhealthy. The victims suffer, sometimes becoming suicidal or grow other problems. No labor slavery should exist, no sex slavery should exist, and no slavery should exist.


The Thirteenth Amendment

26 Apr

The Thirteenth Amendment

“Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.” –13th Amendment to the Constitution that freed all slaves on December 6, 1865. Despite the fact slavery, in any and all forms, has been outlawed in the United States, it still continues on, over one-hundred and forty years later within the domestic borders. The CIA estimates that over fifty thousand slaves of all types are trafficked within and throughout the nation’s borders. Unfortunately, the nature of this atrocious crime makes it quite difficult know for sure how many really are affected. However, the United States government and its people should not be able to receive fifty thousand as an acceptable number. Anything and everything should be done to reduce this number until it is no more. These fifty thousand, they are not just a number, each and everyone is a human being who has had their life taken away from them. To contend that they are experiencing life is a fool’s lie. We have an opportunity to change this, to give life to those who have lost it, or never even known it. We have a chance to resurrect the life-deprived slaves who inhabit this planet, and open their eyes to this beautiful world. But to open their eyes, we first must open our own as well as the American people. We speak for those who cannot be heard. We are their only voice and their only desperate hope–to give hope to the hopeless. Please, listen to this human plea. “The moment we stop fighting for each other, that’s the moment we lose our humanity.” It is not human to let slavery exist, and that is simply the truth.

Speak Out

26 Apr

Have you ever seen something, something horrible? Something that maybe happened in the halls, or somewhere else, that you felt that you could have, should have, done something about? Now’s your chance to do something about it.

Millions of people wish they had the courage to speak out about something they thought was wrong, but they never said anything. They just let it happen. But what they didn’t know was that it was easier than they would have thought to speak up. And that there would have been someone, at least one person, who agreed with them.

With slavery, it’s the same. Only it’s so much easier to make a more widespread motion because you know that someone else would side with you in this big world. That’s when it spirals out, becomes a worldwide movement. I’m not saying it happens every time, but sometimes, all it takes is one person with the courage to speak out to change something.

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