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Our Research Methodology: Who, What and Why

We get many questions from supporters regarding our research methodology. Specifically, who we are meeting with and what it is exactly that we are looking to highlight through our research of anti-human trafficking efforts throughout the U.S. Challenges We Have Identified We recognize human trafficking to be an incredibly complex humanitarian crisis. The complexity is … Continue reading

“Can You Walk Away?”

“An estimated 12 million people are enslaved worldwide – more than were held at the height of the trans-atlantic slave trade” Polaris Project Washington D.C.– I took some time on my last day in D.C. to visit the museum at President Lincoln’s Cottage and see the new¬†modern day slavery exhibit. Titled “Can you walk away?”, … Continue reading

‘Pembroke Circle’ A Feature Film on Human Trafficking

Orlando, FL- Following a hectic week in Miami, we stopped in Orlando for a few days before we would continue our research in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The quantity and quality of information we are collecting continues to grow with each day we are on the road. We will continue to work towards updating our … Continue reading

A Benefit Concert for San Francisco Victims of Human Trafficking

If anyone is in the Bay Area for this event I highly suggest going. It’s being hosted by some great organizations and I guarantee that the people you meet there will inspire you. Home of the Slave– The Purpose: “There are more people in slavery today than at any other time in human history. Join … Continue reading