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43 ways to stop child trafficking

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    Email your idea to info(at)born2fly(dot)org and I'll add it to the list.
  • 43. Join
    the fight against trafficking in your own city. (Yes, it's happening there.)
  • 42. Google
    the name of your city and "human trafficking" or "child trafficking." Read, learn, get angry.
  • 41. Meet
    with other abolitionists in your city. If there's not a group, start one.
  • 40. Understand
    the mindset of a trafficking victim: http://tinyurl.com/9jzqtb
  • 39. Download
    info for health care providers, social service agencies, and law enforcement officials: http://tinyurl.com/7zgrft
  • 38. Pick
    a factsheet and learn about some aspect of human trafficking: http://tinyurl.com/88t7k8
  • 37. Order
    free anti-trafficking brochures, posters, info cards (in many languages): http://tinyurl.com/7weyz8
  • 36. Study
    how to combat trafficking of women and children: http://tinyurl.com/9kxw4f
  • 35. Read
    about anti-trafficking legislation in the US: http://www.state.gov/g/tip/laws/
  • 34. Find out
    what human trafficking is and isn't: http://tinyurl.com/9jqjz
  • 33. Watch
    US Immigration and Customs Enforcement awareness videos: http://tinyurl.com/95c8dy
  • 32. Learn
    what to ask if you think someone is trafficked: www.state.gov/g/tip/rls/fs/08/106250.htm
  • 31. Call
    the National Human Trafficking Resource Center to report a trafficking victim: (888) 373-7888.
  • 30. Choose
    a country (the one already on your heart) and learn about trafficking there.
  • 29. Read
    the latest country-by-country Trafficking in Persons Report: www.state.gov/g/tip/rls/tiprpt/2008/
  • 28. Subscribe
    to blogs and email updates from anti-trafficking organizations (like this blog).
  • 27. Give
    a gift card to your local trafficking awareness group--grocery stores, Wal-Mart, Target, etc.
  • 26. Open
    your eyes. There's trafficking all around you.
  • 25. Host
    a party and make anti-trafficking t-shirts to wear. Come up with creative sayings & designs.
  • 24. Visit
    http://slavery.alltop.com/ Pick a blog a day to read and leave an encouraging comment.
  • 23. Make
    a B2F patch or pin to wear on your backpack to spark conversation with friends or teachers (or total strangers).
  • 22. Give
    a gift in someone's honor. Donate to an anti-trafficking organization in his or her name.
  • 21. Forward
    the anti-trafficking video, "Get Angry. Please." to your list. www.born2fly.org
  • 20. Introduce
    B2F to a foundation or corporation.
  • 19. Sponsor
    a B2F day at your school.
  • 18. Post
    instances of trafficking on www.slaverymap.org
  • 17. Ask
    your legislators what they're doing to stop the traffic.
  • 16. Write
    a letter to the editor.
  • 15. Donate
    to anti-trafficking organizations such as B2F.
  • 14. Display
    anti-trafficking posters in schools, offices, and churches. http://tinyurl.com/4869yp
  • 13. Blog
    about child trafficking.
  • 12. Pray
    God gave you the power to change what's around you.
  • 11. Learn
    about trafficking in countries where you do business.
  • 10. Flex
    your political muscles.
  • 9. Forgo
    birthday presents. Instead ask family and friends to donate to B2F in your name.
  • 8. Organize
    a fund-raising party for B2F.
  • 7. Take
    a voluntourism trip and help with the anti-trafficking effort.
  • 6. Pick
    a country and take an immersion trip.
  • 5. Start
    a book club. Read Terrify No More or Good News About Injustice.
  • 4. Host
    a house meeting or dorm meeting. Watch China's Stolen Children. http://tinyurl.com/58mpb3
  • 3. Find out
    what's happening in your own community. www.polarisproject.org
  • 2. Read
    about modern-day abolitionists. http://tiny.cc/rWXNk
  • 1. Learn
    about what's happening. Set up Google alerts for "child trafficking," "human slavery," etc.
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