1. Throw a Viewing Party. Educate yourself others about human trafficking by inviting your family and friends to watch a film on human trafficking and discuss the issue. A film, either a documentary or fictional story, is a great way to introduce people to the issue because it helps them connect visually and emotionally to the victims. A film will also provide some topics for discussion.
Monday, May 9, 2011
So my wife and I have been involved with a group called Mission 21. Their goal (which has now become one of ours) is to stop the sex trade. I have put together a list of the Top 10 things you can do to stop the sex trade and I will post them one at a time, so as not to overwhelm you.
Awhile ago, Eve and I, watched "Amazing Grace" with our nieces and opened it up to discussion afterwords. It was wonderful and they were only 9. Obviously you want to keep it G rated with the younger crowd but anything you can do to help awareness. The average age of girls forced into the sex trade is 13!