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International Justice Mission Presentation

March 16, 2011 3 Comments Share

“Hello, my name is Jenna Hudlow and I am a modern day abolitionist. “What is an abolitionist,” you may wonder? Basically it’s someone who frees slaves. Yes there are slaves in the world today, and although slavery has been outlawed in the United states, human trafficking and forced bondage continues to be overlooked.  In fact, over 27 million people worldwide are estimated to still live in captivity today and between 14,500 – 17,00 are trafficked into the U.S. each year!”

Join us Saturday, March 19, following the Worship Service, in the Chapel for a presentation on ending the injustice of human trafficking in our world.

Sponsored by St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Ministry on Human Trafficking.

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3 responses to “International Justice Mission Presentation”

  1. Ann Holden says:

    Advocacy chairman for Women of Vision Orange County. I also am a member at St AndrewsPres.

  2. Ann Holden says:

    I will be looking forward to attending the meeting!

  3. The presentation by the young lady from the International Justice Mission in the Chapel on March 19 was heart wrenching. The problem is an abomination and cannot be ignored. Developing countries need diversion resources that offer alternatives to destitute families with daughters.

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