United Methodist Women president Yvette Richards and Susie Johnson, Executive on public policy join a conversation on human trafficking. This video, by the Mandarin Journal, has both English and Chinese content throughout.
United Methodist Women stands against the exploitation of those forced to submit to civil injustice as a result of their basic needs or position in society. As many as 30 million people internationally have fallen victim to human trafficking, and the epidemic has become the second largest criminal activity behind the sale of illegal arms. As advocates for social justice, United Methodist Women will continue to work for the rights of those exploited by this cruel trade and end this all-too-prevalent form of modern-day slavery.
Human Trafficking Prevention and Awareness Team
To join the team or host an education forum, contact the United Methodist Women Washington Office of Public Policy: 202-488-5660