1800s Abolitionists’ Christmas Story

Christmas was known for its brawls and drunkenness until the 1830s.  Abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison made an interracial anti-slavery movement in Massachusetts.  A group of women who already were denied the right to vote, knew that it was important to also fight for the freedom of the enslaved.  These Massachusetts women started creating Christmas bazaars […]

Clothed with Strength & Dignity – Donate Clothes to Victims of Sex Trafficking

Did you know that many people who are rescued from sex trafficking have court meetings and often don’t have anything to wear but what they wore on the streets (these are usually very revealing clothing)? We have an ongoing ministry where we connect with FBI victim specialists, Cabrini’s Closet, and Restore NYC to help clothe […]

Fair Trade Fair, People Behind the Label, & Silhouettes Project Event

This event held at County College of Morris in New Jersey had a market to sell fair trade and ethically created items, displayed art awareness of wooden silhouettes, and included a presentation by Sarah Barasch-Hagans. NJ Coalition Against Human Trafficking, Jewish Federation of Greater Mertrowest NJ, National Council of Jewish Women – West Morris Section, […]