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End Trafficking Campaign
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It Takes All Of Us
January is National Human Trafficking Prevention and Awareness month- kick it off by learning more and getting involved today!
Shut Out Trafficking at South Alabama
This story features Shut Out Trafficking activities at the University of South Alabama, which took place between December 1-5, 2015.
Launch of The Ending Human Trafficking Locally and Globally Podcast
This fall, we launched the podcast," Ending Human Trafficking Locally and Globally", covering specific areas around child trafficking
Shut Out Trafficking Launches for 2015-2016
Today we officially kick off our 2015-2016 Shut Out Trafficking season.
Shut Out Trafficking Fall 2015 Open Events!
This fall, we're going across the country for Shut Out Trafficking. Read our blog and see if there's an open public event near you!
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Act Now: Runaway and Homeless Youth Need Your Help
Children all over this country, every night, are trying to find solace in the fact that they are alone, without a system of support or a roof over their head as they wander city streets until dawn just to pass the time.
UNICEF USA at the Girl Scouts Senior Leadership Conference
Bringing a global perspective to a local movement.
World Day Against Trafficking in Persons Twitter Party
Join us for a Twitter party on July 30th to raise awareness about human trafficking!
Shut Out Trafficking: A Look Back at the 2014-2015 Pilot Year
Shut Out Trafficking is an initiative to raise awareness across U.S. college campuses about the issue of human trafficking.