NFS News Archive January, 2009

Breaking News

Backyard Abolitionist Tour Kick-off and Radio Interview

The Backyard Abolitionist Tour, an innovative presentation on human trafficking combining music, video, and information by David Batstone and musician/activist Brant Christopher Manswar kicked off this week in San Diego California. To mark the occasion Maureen Cavanaugh of KPBS interviewed David on her morning radio program. Listen to broadcast by CLICKING HERE. For more information […]

Human Trafficking Awareness Day

Designated by the US Congress, January 11th, 2009 marks the second annual Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Without a doubt education is deeply important to building a full fledged abolitionist movement. We at Not For Sale want to encourage you to bridge your awareness to action. Download abolitionist handbooks, toolkits and more.

Doubting Modern-Day Slavery

Responding to skeptical New York Times readers columnist Nicholas Kristof writes some painful, but truthful, words about the reality of modern-day slavery. Read his column, If This Isn’t Slavery, What Is?, about Long Pross a girl who was forcibly held in a brothel in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Happy New Year – A Call

If you aren’t familiar with Nicholas Kristof, op-ed columnist for the New York Times, I’d recommend that you start by reading his most recent column. Kristof makes a stirring call to our leaders, “I hope that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton will recognize slavery as unfinished business on the foreign policy agenda. The abolitionist cause […]


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