ENC Stop Human Trafficking Newsletter

White Ribbon Against Porn Week – Oct 2 thru Nov 4…and more.

Link: ENCStop Human Trafficking Newsletter

Book Signing: Girls Like Us

When: Thursday, November 15, 2012

Time: 7 pm

Where: UNC Wilmington

Please join us for a lecture, question & answer time and book signing of Girls Like Us by Rachel Lloyd.

Link: Girls Like Us Lecture

Sex & Money – A National Search For Human Worth

UNCW Anti-Human Traffic EventsWhen: Friday, November 9, 2012

Time: 2 pm

Where: UNC Wilmington

A documentary about domestic minor sex trafficking

Link: Screening of Sex & Money

ENC Stop Human Trafficking Newsletter – October 2012

Fair Trade your Halloween with Equal Exchange Chocolates!

Link: ENC Stop Human Trafficking Newsletter – October

Transforming Hope Ministries’ Men’s Charity Poker Night

When: Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Time: 7:00 pm

Where: Full Steam Brewery, 726 Rigsbee Ave, Durham, NC

Cost: $50
Transforming Hope has just opened our first safe home for girls who have been rescued from human trafficking in North Carolina. We need your partnership to make this home a success!
Register here!

Contact: Abbi Tenaglia with Transforming Hope Ministries at (919)943-1477 or info@transforminghopeministries.org.

Light the Dark Campaign

In 2013, the Light The Dark Campaign will unite celebrities, businesses, activists, the faith-based community, scholars, consumers, students, and every human trafficking organization on the planet for a week long campaign to end human trafficking and modern-day slavery. This campaign will be unlike anything the world has seen. It is the first of its kind to unite every major player in the fight to end human trafficking and modern-day slavery.

Created by two young women wanting to make a difference, the Light the Dark Campaign will change the world. We were recently featured by 82WHO: www.facebook.com/82who.com/299/.
You can find our Trailer here: www.facebook.com/46868238.

Link: http://82who.com/299/

ENC Stop Human Trafficking Newsletter

Upcoming Events, Abolition Summit, Help Wanted and much more!

Link: ENC Stop Human Trafficking Newsletter

Nefarious Screening in Greenville, NC

When: Friday, October 12, 2012

Time: 7:00 pm

Where: East Carolina University, Greenville, NC – Mendenhall Study Center, Room 244.

In partnership with new anti-Human Trafficking Ministry Restore One, we are hosting a screening of the film Nefarious, produced by Exodus Cry.

Link to movie Trailer: Nefarious Trailer

Human Trafficking Awareness Event

What: Screening of FREEDOM: Indifference Is Not An Option

When: October 24, 2012

Time: 7pm to 9pm

Where: Cross Way Community Church, 6400 Prosperity Church Road, Charlotte, NC 28269

Who: Featuring speakers Neet (Antonia Childs) of Neet’s Sweets, a human trafficking survivor, and Mark Blackwell of Justice Ministries in Charlotte.

For more information you can email Sarah Parks at theparks8@gmail.com or Kathryn Flanigan at kathryn.flanigan@gmail.com.

“Nefarious: Merchant of Souls” – Screenings in Charlotte

Triad Ladder of Hope – Charlotte chapter has been working to set up some showings of the movie “Nefarious: Merchant of Souls.” This documentary was produced by Exodus Cry, a faith-based non-profit that fights against slavery, with a focus on sex trafficking. You can see a trailer of the movie at their website: http://nefariousdocumentary.com/.  At this time, we have confirmation from two student organizations at UNC Charlotte and one at CPCC that are interested in partnering with us to show this movie on their campus. The first viewing is tentatively set for Wednesday, Oct. 24. The time has not yet been determined, so stay tuned for the complete list of details.

Triad Ladder of Hope is looking for your help:

1. Please help spread the word about these events and attend at least one of the showings. We will definitely need help at each event with setting up, getting donations of snacks, etc. If you are interested in helping out on that end, please contact Aubrae Collins at aubrae@triadladderofhope.org.

2. If you are a professional connected with the issue of human trafficking or victims, please Aubrae Collins at aubrae@triadladderofhope.org. We would like to have Q&A period after each showing to help better educate the audience about this global problem.

3. If you would like to have this movie shown at your school, church, work, home, etc. please contact Aubrae Collins at aubrae@triadladderofhope.org and she will work with you to schedule a screening.