United Methodist Women has worked to raise awareness about trafficking for more than a decade. We ramp up this mission to end slavery around the national observance through Super Bowl Sunday each year.
This slide feature deals with myths and facts about human trafficking as told by survivors.
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What We Can Learn from Daniel: A Bible Study on Human Trafficking
We as advocates need to support ministries that empower victims and help them recover their dignity. In some cases, we need to stand as role models, and in other cases we need to break systems of injustice for these victims.
Human Trafficking Awareness and Action
The story of the woman from Bethlehem (Judges 19:1-30) is a call for an investigation into the trafficking of the vulnerable.
Not in My Neighborhood!
A Spiritual Growth and Social Action Retreat on Human Trafficking
United Methodist Women continue to work to protect trafficking survivors and provide training and resources so we can all prevent and invervene across the U.S. and around the world.
More human trafficking facts and resources