Katie Ford is the CEO of the Katie Ford Foundation. Formerly the Global Ambassador for Free the Slaves and the CEO of Ford Models, Inc., Ford is an influential activist in the anti-slavery movement. Here, she writes about the anti-slavery PSA the Katie Ford Foundation produced for the Philippines. The PSA begins: “So many people dream of working abroad, to secure a better future read more >
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Here’s an amazing video from the newly-formed Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking (LCHT). Formerly Polaris Project Colorado, LCHT became an independent entity last year. Their focus is on compiling much needed hard data on the extent of modern-day slavery.
The video above is an introduction to LCHT. It illustrates how wide spread modern-day slavery is; how entrenched it is in virtually every part of the world, in every segment of the population, in any industry. But it also shows how it read more >
Last week we told you about the groundbreaking anti-slavery PSA that went up in Times Square. Today, we’ve got a photo to show you how massive this ad is!
See for yourself in the photo to the left—or, better yet, if you’re in New York City, go see it live!
The PSA was produced by the Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST), a coalition of U.S.-based anti-slavery groups, of which Free the Slaves is a founding member.
This year, ATEST read more >
If you are in Times Square today, you will be able to see the above message live. The Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST), a coalition of U.S.-based anti-slavery groups—of which Free the Slaves is a founding member—has set up this PSA to be run in the New York City hot spot. The ad will spread the message that “slavery lives” to potentially millions of people. (According to Times Square’s website, 500,000 people go through Times Square read more >
Spread the word! Share this Free the Slaves PSA with your friends. There are 27 million slaves in the world today. Slavery must end. And we have a plan to do it.
Camilla Bell, Russell Simmons, Malin Akerman, Kimberly Cole, Rex Lee, Mark Feuerstein, Maurice Greene and Maksim Chmerkovskiy have joined the movement to eradicate modern day slavery. Will you?
Find out how you can help end slavery by visiting the Free the Slaves website today!