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October 2, 2009

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books are the gate of the imagination, where people can do things we always wanted and dream big!

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Blogs are so informative where we get lots of information on any topic. Nice job keep it up!!

Kyrsten Skulborstad

This is great! Wow, what a creative way to combat child trafficking and sexual exploitation. I sincerely appreciate seeing journalists use their gifts for the good of others!

After taking a closer look at your work, it is evident that you are passionate about seeing modern-day slavery come to an end. My colleagues and I at International Justice Mission are as well.

To this cause, I'd like to invite you to take a look at www.AttheEndofSlavery.com and view the film’s 2-minute trailer, narrated by Danny Glover and produced by International Justice Mission.

After learning more about the documentary, it is IJM's hope that you will decide to play an integral part in participating in the "At the End of Slavery" blog tour. You can take part by writing a short post about the film and linking to www.AttheEndofSlavery.com between October 26 – October 30, 2009. On the same day you post, we will link back to your site on the News/Updates section of the film's site, and reference it as a place to go to learn more about modern-day slavery - particularly human trafficking.

Our hope is that "At the End of Slavery" would help catalyze the broader movement to end modern-day slavery worldwide, and we would greatly value your involvement as we take on this exciting endeavor.

Please reply to kskulborstad@ijm.org or keszqd@mail.mizzou.edu before Monday, October 19 to let us know whether or not you would like to take part in the "At the End of Slavery" blog tour.

Also, if you or someone you know are interested in hosting a watch party on November 14, 2009 – "The Weekend to End Slavery" – please feel free to learn more and sign up on the Web site.

Thank you for considering partnering with us, and for the heart-felt work you've been doing to combat modern-day slavery. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Gratefully,

Kyrsten Skulborstad
Communications Department
International Justice Mission

"A film alone cannot end slavery, but all of us together – we can." – International Justice Mission

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