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End Sex Trafficking Day, EST Day

Last year when Erin Giles invited me to share an essay on Love and be a part of her End Sex Trafficking campaign I was excited to support her and lend my voice to her call for freedom. In the past year I have watched her build this campaign from a small idea to a force to be reckoned with!  Erin has collected 60 essays on love, knowledge + freedom by a long list of inspirational folks like Seth Godin, Dyana ValentineDanielle La Porte, Jonathan Fields and myself, in the End Sex Trafficking Day book, and all of the authors proceeds go to the Not For Sale Campaign an organization fighting to abolish slavery. It hurts to think of it, but in 2012 slavery is a real, tangible fear for more than 27 million human beings. I believe every single person has a right to be safe and loved and am proud to have lent my voice to standing up for a world that refuses to allow slavery or look away when faced with it. The book was just a start, now it is our turn to work together!

None of the essay contributors, the publisher or the editor is taking any money from sales of End Sex Trafficking Day, it’s not just a book, it is a chance to change the world. You can help us speak out for the women, men, and children who are bought and sold daily by watching the video, buying the book, and spreading the word.

Let’s be impossible to ignore and make it clear that freedom is precious and human beings are not for sale: BUY THE BOOK HERE

Help us get the word out about End Sex Trafficking Day!

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Jessika Hepburn

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  • http://songskatesang.typepad.com/ Kate @ Songs Kate Sang

    You guys would LOVE this organization, too http://love146.org/