Help end modern day slavery

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Today is Human Trafficking Awareness Day…

It’s also the 146th anniversary of the day our 13th Amendment was introduced to Congress — which set out to abolish slavery in the United States.

Yet today — slavery still exists — in so many forms.

Sex trade, immigrant farmers working in Florida, children mining for coltan, chocolate and coffee farmers around the world — and so much more.

We encourage you to do a 5 things today…

1. Change your Twitter/Facebook/MySpace avatar to support One Voice to End Slavery:

2. Join One Voice to End Slavery

3. Visit the Human Trafficking section on Change.org and read at least 5 articles

4. Share the link to at least one story from Change.org on Facebook or Twitter

5. Watch David Bastone talk about human trafficking at Google:

Then let us know what you learn.

What impacted you the most? What did you learn when doing one (or all) of the steps above?

What other steps have you taken to end modern day slavery?

“Slavery”: photo by Victor C.M. (http://www.flickr.com/photos/victorcm)

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2 responses to “Help end modern day slavery

  1. The photo used in this post it´s by creative commons and Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 Generic rights.

    It´s means that :

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    You can use this photo (and all my gallery if you want) whenever you wat but please, add only to your post this: “Slavery”: photo by Victor C.M. (http://www.flickr.com/photos/victorcm)

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