NFS News Archive January, 2010

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Freedom Sunday | Feb 21, 2010

Imagine a church in San Diego, CA proclaiming that they won’t stand by while individuals in their community are for sale: That’s a remarkable action. Now imagine that a church in Bangkok, Thailand stands beside them to proclaim that same truth: That’s a revolution. In less than one month, faith communities across the globe will […]

MI Vows to Prevent, Protect, and Prosecute!

Legislation passed in the Michigan State House of Representatives will enhance the State’s ability to address human trafficking.

WATCH: Freedom Sunday Streamed LIVE Today!

Today is Freedom Sunday!! An unprecedented event where 600 churches and ministries around the world are singing, proclaiming, praying, giving, and acting in opposition to human trafficking. WATCH LIVE!

Global Advocacy Days in DC! Next Stop: Canada March 24&25

Frustrated by their possible connection to slavery the modern-day abolitionists participated in meetings with 70 different Congressional Offices to support crucial language within the Customs Enforcement and Trade Reauthorization that would establish the Office on Labor Enforcement tasked with investigating goods tainted by slavery.

Obama Declares January Human Trafficking Prevention Month!

President Obama has just begun a month-plus of awareness events on human trafficking with a proclamation declaring January 2010 as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Click here for a more complete list of events!


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