Slavery No More Global Human Trafficking Conference| August 10-11
Women Hold Up Half the Sky Exhibit at the Skirball | Open through May 20
Inspired by the bestselling book Half the Sky, by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the groundbreaking new exhibition Women Hold Up Half the Sky addresses gender equality as the human rights cause of our time—and boldly asserts that change is possible…and it can happen quickly.
Slavery No More was honored and thrilled to have been a supporting organization during its inception.
Give Gifts. Give Hope. Christmas Market | December 2012
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Justice Matters Conference| February 18, 2012
Slavery No More and Calvary Chapel Murrieta present the Justice Matters Conference. Abolishing 21st century human trafficking and slavery.
Slavery No More Conference
September 17, 2011
Location: Bel Air Presbyterian Church
IJM God’s Heart for Justice Billy Coleman
Oasis Traffic Free Communities Slide Presentation
Child S H A R E Powerpoint Presentation on Human Trafficking Prevention
Q and A Det Sanchez
Kerry Decker Forgiveness
To book Kerry for his two-hour seminar on restorative forgiveness, please contact him at email@example.com
An all-day conference on how to identify and report human trafficking as well as hearing what local NGOs are doing to fight the problem and how you can join them. Those who attend will have the opportunity to sign-up for volunteer opportunities. Training also given by members of the LA Metro Task Force (FBI and LAPD). Participating NGOs: International Justice Mission, Treasures Ministry, Trade As One, Oasis, ZOE International, Child S.H.A.R.E., CAST, iSanctuary, Hearts 4 Kids, Nightlight International and Rapha House. Worship and Prayer will also be part of the conference.
International Justice Mission Benefit Dinner
Co-chaired by Slavery No More
Location: Millennium Biltmore
An intimate look into the work of International Justice Mission for select supporters. Sharon Cohn Wu, IJM’s Senior VP of Structural Transformation, was the keynote speaker.
27 Blocks Campaign
January 11, 2011
Location: Downtown LA ending at the historic Pico House off Olvera St.
Modern-day abolitionists walked 27 blocks in honor of the 27 million slaves in the world through downtown LA handing out flyers on human trafficking and inviting them to the Freedom Fair hosted at the Pico House. The Freedom Fair hosted an array of NGOs with resource tables, gave presentations on human trafficking, held a discussion forum and provided artistic presentations by singers, poets, and dancers. Participating NGOs: CAST, Jewish Labor Committee, EEOC, NightLight, Zoe International, Oasis, Sisters of Notre Dame, and others.
Slavery No More Identification and Reporting Training
March 16, 2010
Location: Shepherd Global Institute, Shepherd of the Hills
A training for faith-based community involvement in eradicating slavery. Training was given by and FBI agent on Internet Grooming and, identification and reporting by an LAPD officer. Presentations on how consumers can affect demand was presented by Trade As One and anti-trafficking community efforts by Oasis/Stop the Traffik.
27 Blocks Campaign
January 11, 2010
Abolitionists walked 27 blocks in 27 different communities in support of the 27 million slaves in the world. During the walk they passed out flyers with the Human Trafficking hotline number and ways to identify and report human trafficking. Participating Agencies: LA Metro Task Force, Sisters of Notre Dame, Oasis, Stop the Traffik, CAST, LA County Unity Coalition.
Give Gifts. Give Hope Christmas Market
December 5, 2009
Approximate Attendance: 25
A Christmas Market that provided an opportunity to purchase unique and handmade fair trade items created by rescued slaves and victims of human trafficking, and provide hope for those in poverty. Participating NGOs: TOMS Shoes, Life Impact International, Night Light, Trade As One, African Community Resource Center, Lily Valley, Danielson Designs.
Slavery No More Benefit Dinner for International Justice Mission
November 4, 2009
Location: Millennium Biltmore Downtown
A benefit dinner for International Justice Mission, a human rights agency that secures justice for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression. Gary Haugen, CEO and Founder of IJM, as well as former Officer in Charge of the U.N.’s genocide investigation in Rwanda, was the keynote speaker.
Slavery No More Forum
August 13, 2009
Location: Shepherd of the Hills
Screening of International Justice Mission’s At the End of Slavery followed by a panel discussion. Panelists included Vanessa Lanza of CAST, Mike Masten of Project Exodus, Kerry Decker of Rapha House, Mike Hogan of International Justice Mission, and an FBI agent. There was exhibitor booths hosted by NGOs such as Sisters of Notre Dame, Freedom Speaks, Night Light, Life Impact International, Children of the Night, Speak Up, Trade as one, Oasis, Stop the Traffik and The Cedars Foundation.