February is Black History Month in the United States. Honor this time by learning about how human trafficking affects communities of color.
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FAAST provides a framework for collaboration between Christian churches, denominations, universities and communities around the world who are rising up to confront human trafficking. We connect God’s people through the power of partnership, and equip them through the creation of resources, facilitation of training events, and development of anti-trafficking programs. Each partner organization’s impact is multiplied as our resources and efforts are combined to form large-scale anti-trafficking projects.
FAAST exists to mobilize and equip communities to combat slavery and human trafficking and to restore survivors.