Ways to Engage
Some indicators raise a red flag that a person may be a victim of human trafficking. Learn signs for identifying victims HERE.
- Somebody’s Daughter by Julian Sher
- Renting Lacey* by Linda Smith
- Girls Like Us by Rachel Lloyd
- Be the Change* by Zach Hunter
- Good News About Injustice* by Gary A. Haugen
* These books offer a Christian worldview on the topic.
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Start a Club
Start an End Slavery Club on your campus. We’ll help with resources and ideas.
Schedule a Presentation
Give a presentation to one of your classes or clubs.
Invite an End Slavery Tennessee volunteer to come speak. Knowledgeable speakers are available from these areas: Nashville, Murfreesboro, Franklin, Hendersonville, Jackson.
Click HERE to request more information.
Hold an Event
Hold a Benefit concert, art show, bike ride, walkathon or other awareness/fundraiser to help keep other young people free, or for global anti-slavery work. Be creative!
Hold a movie night on campus, in a club, in your faith community or with a group of friends in your home or backyard. Show a film specifically about modern day slavery, like Human Trafficking with Donald Sutherland, or Cargo: Innocence Lost, or screen a commercial film like Taken or Slum Dog Millionaire. Then have a discussion session about modern day slavery.