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Jan 2016
It's Not Enough to Just Know

Many of you may have rang in the new year with thoughtful intentions and goals you’d like to accomplish throughout 2016.  With the new shift in intention and thought the new year brings, we are also given the opportunity to observe National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.  The very nature of human trafficking is complex, universal and daunting, at times overwhelming and crippling us from taking action to thwart its pervasiveness.  It’s not uncommon to disassociate ourselves from such evil and dismiss it because “it happens over there to that person and......

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July 28, 2015

Reflections On a Meet-Up

On Thursday I was fortunate to attend a meet-up led by Kat Jaramillo, publisher and founder of Defining Women Magazine and passionate fighter for human rights. Kat led the meeting, made up of representatives from...


June 25, 2015

Intern Project: Video Blog!

Here’s to another week of learning and taking action at Congo Justice LV! Recently the interns have been thinking about ways we can personally help out, and I have decided to focus on raising awareness...


June 17, 2015

:) Happy Wednesday

Happy wednesday ya’ll!! It’s been another exciting week here at the office of Congo Justice. This week I got an opportunity to work with our AMAZING volunteer named Mercedes! She is hard of hearing and...


June 15, 2015

Getting Out

Unfortunately it doesn’t seem very difficult to fall victim to human trafficking, but how on earth does someone get out of it? At first I thought a person could simply walk away. There is no...


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