human trafficking

Seven Ways Everyday People Can Help End Human Trafficking

When I started working in the anti-trafficking field at 11, I was convinced of two…

Three Misconceptions about Human Trafficking We Need to Change

My husband and I run a charity that fights human trafficking. A few years ago…

Eight Ways to Stop Human Trafficking in Our Own Backyard

I live in a cool college town of 150,000 known for its bike paths and…

Porn is a Social Justice Issue

The moral arguments against pornography are well-known, and recently, several big-name celebrities and sources like…

Inside India’s Brick Kilns: Meet the Catholic Sisters Serving Kids

In rural brick kilns in India, children and their parents work side by side. They…

“Blavity” Spells Out How We Can Help End the New Slave Trade in Libya

Every day, we are inundated with so much outrageous news that it’s easy to lose…

How to Turn the Tide In the War on Human Trafficking

Watching TV changed Natalie Grant’s life. In particular, the award-winning artist’s world was rocked one…

Five Ways to Fight Modern-Day Slavery

You might not think you have much of a personal connection to human trafficking, but…

Cutting Through the Chaos in Kalkota

Kristin Bruce writes about her experience in India working with former prostitutes, and how they find peace in the busyness of the city.

Running a Race for Their Lives

Abby Armbruster writes about the Run for Their Lives race put on every year by Freedom 4/24, an organization fighting human trafficking.

Responding When Helping Hurts

Jeff Goins writes about finding out an orphanage his organization worked with is trafficking children, and the best way to respond.

Redeeming “Sweetie”

Kristin Bruce writes about remembering that everyone, even those in the adult entertainment industry, want to know God has not forgotten them.

The Danger of Unbound Beauty

Bret Mavrich writes for Reject Apathy about the connection between beauty and justice, and how if beauty goes astray, so too does our sense of right and wrong.

The Photo That Changed My Life

Diana Scimone, founder of The Born2Fly Project, an anti-human trafficking organization, writes for Reject Apathy about the photo that changed her life and inspired her to found Born2Fly.

Does Modern Slavery Start at Home?

Benjamin Nolot, the director of a new human trafficking documentary, Nefarious, writes for Reject Apathy about the roots of modern slavery and how our culture may contribute to it.

Spending Summer on a Bike Ride for Slaves

Ben Skoda share some thoughts he’s had while taking part in a bicycle ride across the U.S. to raise awareness and funds for anti-human trafficking efforts.

Cycling the Captives Free

Columnist Ben Skoda writes about a cross-country cycling trip he’s on with the Just+Hope campaign. The goal is to raise money for a shelter in Thailand for those at-risk of falling into modern slavery.

The Traffick Cafe

Anne Jackson writes a column about witnessing sex trafficking deals at a cafe in Moldova, Russia.