Human Slavery Continues to Violate 27 Million Worldwide, Including U.S. Victims


The egregious act of slavery, particularly for sexual exploitation, has grown at alarming rates globally. However, governments, non-government organizations and Christian ministries like the Dalit Freedom Network and Passion Conferences are now actively challenging the offenders and offering hope to victims.

Everlyn Chumbow, in her contribution to CNN says this:

Should you feel compassion? Yes. Compassion is a great place to start, but it will count for so much more when channeled into an action that enables trafficking survivors to achieve what they’re really after: purpose, competence and independence.

Pray for the victims of human trafficking and their advocates who work tirelessly to rescue them. #endslavery #endit

The article above is a summary of the following articles:

9 News, Denver: A Colorado group is on a mission to end human trafficking

Teen Vogue: Slavery Still Exists and It Could Be Happening in Your Backyard: It’s time to End It

 The CNN Freedom Project — Ending Modern Slavery: Human trafficking survivor, ‘We need jobs, not pity”

The Tennessean: Corker helps launch human trafficking awareness effort

Dalit Freedom Network: Hardship and Hope

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