Ways to Engage


Learn Signs

Some indicators raise a red flag that a person may be a victim of human trafficking. Learn signs for identifying victims HERE.


Read Books

  • 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.


Watch videos, interviews and documentaries


Daily Alerts

Just go to www.google.com/alerts.

Use keywords like "human trafficking" and "slavery".



Follow us on Twitter to get our latest tweets on how you can BeTheJam and stop human trafficking. 



"Like" us on Facebook and share with your friends how they can BeTheJam and stop human trafficking.


Start a Club

Start an End Slavery Club on your campus. We’ll help with resources and ideas.


Print Posters

Put up posters with the national hotline help number in your school and surrounding businesses.
In English
In Spanish


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!


Movie Night

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.