Thank you for your support!
As Gary Haugen, CEO of the International Justice Mission says, “Nothing happens just because we are aware of modern-day slavery, but nothing will ever happen until we are.” These words are all too true. We cannot solve a problem unless we know it exists; only then can we begin work on an achievable solution. Chances are that if you are reading this blog you are aware of the existence of modern-day enslavement and are looking for – or have found – ways of fighting it.
This post is therefore dedicated to you! We at End Slavery Now would like to thank each and every one of you for taking up the cause of modern-day abolitionism. We would also like to thank you for your site visits and donations. Without you, End Slavery Now would not be able to do the work it does raising awareness of human trafficking and facilitating dialogue about this tragedy.
Thanks to your support End Slavery Now has enjoyed a steady increase in followers on both our website and in social media. We also have attained and maintained a global reach. People from countries like India, Australia, and South Africa participate in our weekly actions. At the same time we work to raise awareness of modern-day enslavement and abolition in places like China, Mauritania, and Uzbekistan.
End Slavery Now also conducts abolitionist work in our home in Cincinnati, OH because, to quote the Book of Matthew, “How can you say . . . ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye?” We do this by partnering with local anti-trafficking organizations such as End Slavery Cincinnati and the S.O.A.P. Project. We also raise awareness of modern-day enslavement – as well as efforts to fight it -- both locally and throughout the United States. All of this is made possible by people like you!
Thank you again for all that you do to fight modern day enslavement! We simply could not do it without you. Your support makes it possible for End Slavery Now to continue raising awareness of human trafficking at home and around the world.
Read Rev. Damon Lynch and Dion Brown's op-ed on the deportation of Amadou Sow.
Read Polaris Project’s latest report identifying human trafficking in illicit massage businesses across the United States.