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Breaking: Minor Girl Lured by Serial Trafficker—Intercepted!
By The Love Justice Team on July 16, 2024

Last month our teams intercepted a record-breaking 1,880 people to prevent them from being trafficked and assisted with the arrests of 18 suspects!...

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Fight Coffee: Human Beings Are Worth Fighting For

Anthony McKeown launched Fight Coffee in an effort to fight human trafficking, donating all profit to anti-trafficking organizations around the...

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Gaps in Anti-Trafficking Laws Leave Millions Vulnerable to Slavery

Roughly 98% of countries surveyed by the UNODC have at least some laws against human trafficking, yet there are still an estimated 50 million people...

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Campaign Highlights: How You Helped Keep 1,689 People Free

Our One Day in May campaign was about coming together to stop trafficking across international borders for one day. We encouraged people to give,...

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Breaking: 17-Year-Old Girl Handed Over to Smugglers—Intercepted!
By The Love Justice Team on June 11, 2024

Last month, our teams around the world intercepted 1,688 individuals to prevent them from being trafficked! These are some of their stories:

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How Much Is Freedom Worth?

One of the challenges in raising funds to fight human trafficking is that the large statistics can feel overwhelming and impersonal. As we fight...

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Awareness to Action: How One Mother Helped Protect Another

Based on a true story. Grace Twenty-four-year-old Grace stood at the shoreline watching the tide come in, roaring waves beating rhythmically as they...

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What Does Transit Monitoring Look Like?

Transit monitoring is, as far as we know, the world’s ONLY tangible human trafficking prevention model.

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How Ella Funded Freedom for Five People (This Could Be Your Story!)

In a small, rainy Pacific Northwest city, a 25-year-old girl named Ella lived alone with her pet parrot, renting a room above a garage surrounded by...

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