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January 11, 2012

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January 11 is Human Trafficking Awareness Day

by billthemortgageguy

Wednesday, by act of Congress, is Human Trafficking Awareness Day in the U.S., and faith based organizations are calling upon Americans to become more aware of the millions who are victimized by trafficking – and more involved in finding ways to stop it.

via National Council of Churches News.

 

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  1. browneyedamazon
    Jan 11 2012

    Thank you! I appreciate you taking time away from the theme of your blog to share about something so important.

    I also love all the HT posts I’m seeing today. Thank you for making it easy for others to learn how they can get involved. Sometimes it can be so overwhelming.

    I am collecting stories from my fellow modern-day abolitionists. I find it to be the greatest encouragement. Please consider visiting and sharing your own story.

    http://browneyedamazon.com/2012/01/11/why-should-i-care-about-human-trafficking/

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    • Jan 11 2012

      Thank you for your Kind Words and passion. I would love to be a guest writer on your blog! I think you have a great site too! I will be in touch shortly. Thanks for your encouragement!
      God Bless!

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