November is Native American Heritage Month in the United States. Honor this month by learning about how human and labor trafficking affects Native American communities, particularly women.
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Wipe Every Tear was created to rescue and restore precious girls and young women trafficked in the sex trade. The reality is that millions of people worldwide are trafficked in the sex trade, and Wipe Every Tear is committed to the lives of these lovely women. From safe places to call home, to education and deep relationships with others, women are given the opportunity to have their lives completely restored. This holistic approach gives women the opportunity to move from dark captivity to safe places where they may be restored and loved. This type of action is not simple, nor easy, but the reason for taking action is.
To bring freedom, hope and a future to girls trafficked in the sex trade