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 […]

Labor Day

This Labor Day, remember that there is an estimate of 57,700 people enslaved within US borders!  However, there is also estimates that there are 2,472,000 trafficking victims among unauthorized Mexican immigrants in the U.S. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children estimates that 1 of every 5 children out of 11,800 runaways are also […]