1. Songs Against Slavery Official Promo Video

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    Learn about how Songs Against Slavery got started, what we do, and why we do it. Songs Against Slavery is a official 501 (c)(3) and all donations are tax-deductible. Visit www.songsagainstslavery.com for more information. *We would love to thank the incredible crew at Bradley Productions for making this video! Go check them out!

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    • Warner Pacific Freshmen Boldly Speak Out on Sex Trafficking

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      For more #BeBold2014 stories, visit www.JesusIsTheSubject.org/Bold. For more inspiration to Be Bold in your faith, register for the Church of God Convention 2014 at www.chogconvention.org/convention!

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      • "HEAVEN" Update 2

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        An update on the development and script-writing process for the upcoming Exodus Filmworks Production of HEAVEN, written and directed by Ya'Ke Smith.

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        • Stop Traffick (05.16-05.21)

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          a day to stop traffick, a week to raise awareness From Atlanta to Berlin, Phoenix to Taipei, New York to New Delhi, trafficking is taking place all over the world, and across the U.S. It doesn’t just happen in shanty brothels in India or remote fields in Peru; it’s happening here, in your city. The cultural diversity and large population make it difficult to identify this subversive, underground trade, which is thriving in Chicago. Want to do something about it? Join Traffick Free for a week that raises the awareness we need to end slavery in the city. It begins on May 16th with a city-wide Stop Traffick praxis project, turning theory into action. The week continues with new events each day, and finishes strong on the 21st with a benefit show/celebration. Come discuss and learn more about trafficking and how you can promote awareness, expose the injustice of modern-day slavery, and ignite change to end trafficking in Chicago. Are you ready to Stop Traffick? http://stoptraffick.traffickfree.org

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          • The Body Shop - Stop Sex Trafficking of Children and Young People

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            Sex trafficking is a horrible crime committed across the globe. Help The Body Shop stop sex trafficking by signing our petition for change.

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            • Songs Against Slavery

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              www.songsagainstslavery.com www.bradleyproductions.com Music: "Treeline at Night" by A. Taylor, licensed with www.themusicbed.com

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              • CNN's Amber Lyon Addresses FAIRfund Fundraiser Crowd: Part 2

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                On May 4, 2011, FAIR Fund held a fundraiser in Washington's City Tavern Club. The event's emcee was CNN report Amber Lyon, and she didn't seem at all uncomfortable helping a source raise money. Our story: villagevoice.com/​2011-07-06/​news/​ stuck-in-trafficking/​

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                • I've Got a Name

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                  Sex Trafficking is a very difficult issue to comprehend and address. I've Got a Name looks beyond the scope of the problem to focus solely on each and every victim. In this short video we address the problem and how we are fighting it everyday. To get involved please find us on facebook, instagram and twitter. Or visit our website at: www.ivegotaname.com Produced by: Alex Ruybalid

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                  • The Shared Hope Story

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                    The Shared Hope story begins in 1998 when U.S. Congresswoman Linda Smith traveled into the heart of the brothel district in Mumbai, India where she witnessed the brutal exploitation and sexual slavery of women and children. She established Shared Hope International to rescue and restore women and children enslaved in sex trafficking.

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                    • Prayercast | Macau

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                      Macau, a pair of islands on China’s eastern edge, is known the world over for its gambling. In fact, it surpasses Las Vegas, United States in gambling revenues, and the industry continues to grow. Colonized by the Portuguese in the 16th century, Macau was leased out by the Chinese government for centuries before finally being returned to Chinese control in 1999. Because of its European past, Macau is inhabited by a mixed Portuguese and Chinese people known as Macanese. The Basic Law, which dictates the governmental and economic laws of the land, is a 1999 agreement giving Macau some political and economic autonomy from mainland China, while a Portuguese-style judicial system remains -- a testament to its European-settlement past. Like Hong Kong, Macau is a Special Administrative Region of China. The economy is mainly supported by gambling and tourism: gaming-related taxes accounted for over 70% of the government’s revenue in 2006. While many of the world’s economies have suffered since, Macau’s government enjoys a 46% budget surplus. In the early days of Portuguese colonization, 95% of the population was Catholic, but by 2010 only 3% claimed Catholicism as their religion. Six percent of the population claims Christianity, but only 3% of that number is active. The gambling industry and its associated vices hinder church growth. Materialism and greed are rampant, and Macau is known as a “City of Sin.” Desperation and addiction are painfully common, and the Church has not ministered to such addicts. Related businesses such as prostitution and substance abuse thrive alongside the gambling industry and are widespread. Sex workers are trafficked from mainland China and other southeast Asian nations. Despite all this, the Church in Macau is experiencing a growth and unity unparalleled in recent history.

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