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Made in China

“Made In China.” We see these words stamped into many of the products we buy here in the United States. Sometimes we criticize the quality or protest that it was not made in America, and often times it doesn’t even phase us when we see this mark. Every so often a story flashes on the […]

Justice at the Border

Justice Network has never talked about border issues because they are different from the modern day slavery issues we focus on.  Human trafficking is often mistaken for illegal immigration or smuggling those who want to cross borders.  There are instances where victims of human trafficking are indeed smuggled across borders and are illegal immigrants.  There […]

How can parents use CODEWORDS to protect their kids?

Having worked personally for over 5 years in the fight against human trafficking and sexual exploitation, I can tell you that the #1 factor that fuels sex trafficking in the United States isn’t kidnapping. It’s a lack of community. Most call this “the breakdown of the family” but we’re not talking specifically about moms or […]

Event Recap: Trades of Hope & Bethany Christian Services

On Thursday night, Justice Network hosted an event featuring presentations from Michelle Lazor from Trades of Hope and Yesenia Fermin from Bethany Christian Services. The evening concluded with a shopping party. Michelle shared about the mission of Trades of Hope, which empowers women around the world providing jobs which keep them from being at risk […]

Upcoming S.O.A.P. Events

Human trafficking survivor Theresa Flores will be speaking at the next two S.O.A.P. (Save Our Adolescents Against Prostitution) events hosted by​ NJ Coalition Against Human Trafficking and Church & Community Abolition Network. ​Theresa created this free program in order to help missing children who could be potential victims of human trafficking.  After her speech​, teams […]