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Intersections of Race and Economic Justice at Live2Free’s 7th Annual Fair Trade Fashion Show

Live2Free’s 7th Annual Fair Trade Fashion Show  By Emily Miller  On Thursday, October 20th, Vanguard University’s Live2Free club held their 7th annual Fair Trade Fashion Show. Live2Free and the Global Center for Women and Justice (GCWJ) partnered alongside Goodwill of Orange County, the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force, and Soroptimist International to hold this

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Survivor Voices

Looking ahead at the new year, we are reflecting on the survivors who have shared their lived experience, their expertise, and their fierce advocacy for others on the Ending Human Trafficking podcast.   EP. 19 – Runaway Girl Survivors provide an important perspective on how we can work to end human trafficking. Dr. Sandie Morgan interviews

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31 Days to End Human Trafficking — Run, Walk, or Listen!

Move to End Human Trafficking In honor of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, join us this January for a month of awareness to end human trafficking. How to get involved? 1. Wherever you are, walk, run, and cycle this January to raise awareness about human trafficking in your community. Share your miles completed on social

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Testimony from a Human Trafficking Response Coordinator

Testimony from a Human Trafficking Response Coordinator Major Ray Lamont, The Salvation Army   Why did you decide to enroll in the Anti-Human Trafficking Certificate program? As a practitioner in this field, I had been looking for a way to engage in academic studies surrounding modern slavery and human trafficking while still being able to

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International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women By Emily Miller, Writing Intern November 25th is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Around the world, women and girls suffer from disproportionate amounts of violence. Violence against women and girls (VAWG) is one of the most prevalent and harmful human rights

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6th Annual Fair Trade Fashion Show

How does a fashion show stop human trafficking? According to The Good Trade, “Fast fashion is the design, manufacturing, and marketing method focused on rapidly producing high volumes of clothing. Garment production utilizes trend replication and low-quality materials (like synthetic fabrics) in order to bring inexpensive styles to the public. These cheaply made, trendy pieces

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Prevalence of Labor Trafficking in Hispanic Communities

Hispanic Heritage Month: Prevalence of Labor Trafficking in Hispanic Communities By Emily Miller National Hispanic Heritage Month began on September 15th in 1988, coinciding with the independence anniversaries of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua.[1] As we celebrate Hispanic heritage during the month of September and early October, it is important to know

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