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In December 2011, President Obama proclaimed January “National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.”
Human trafficking endangers the lives of millions of people around the world, and it is a crime that knows … Read entire article »
Our nation has a way of pulling together and inspiring positive change in our world in times of overwhelming grief. Last Friday, America was brought to its knees when 20 precious children … Read entire article »
Yesterday was the first ever International Day of the Girl — a day set aside by the United Nations to celebrate girls around the world and to advocate for their freedom, education … Read entire article »
Two and a half years ago, a massive earthquake devastated Haiti, leaving much of the nation in ruins, including the National Palace. As the country struggles to rebuild, the expense for complete … Read entire article »
It is hard to believe that slavery exists; that hundreds of thousands of children live away from their families without affection or hope or even childhoods. Today in Haiti, one of every … Read entire article »
Between the years of 2000 and 2011, the Army diagnosed 76,176 soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder, otherwise known as PTSD. The things our soldiers see and fight while deployed often haunt them … Read entire article »
For the past two decades, Vice President (former Senator) Joe Biden has been working to end violence against women. On June 20, 1990, then-Senator Biden introduced the Violence Against Women Act in … Read entire article »
NOT FOR SALE is a organization creating tools for business, government, and grassroots in order to incubate and grow social enterprises to benefit enslaved and vulnerable communities. This truly active organization seeks to empower marginalized communities to seek their own dignified employment and break the cycle of exploitation. To date, Not For Sale has helped 1,435 people in 6 countries worldwide get closer to their own achievements.
“I read in a local paper that one of my favorite Indian restaurants in the Bay Area had been trafficking women … Read entire article »