Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Urge President Obama in Fight Against Human Trafficking

Please join IJM (International Justice Mission) in calling on President Obama to protect vulnerable children and families from trafficking and exploitation, in Haiti and around the world.

On Inauguration Day 2009, many of you answered the call to sign a letter to President Obama, asking him to make the eradication of slavery and trafficking a hallmark of his presidency. Since that time, President Obama has appointed committed diplomats and made a powerful statement by declaring January National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.

We'd like to ask you once again to join IJM in calling on President Obama to work toward the eradication of trafficking and slavery in our time.

You can do so by SIGNING THE PETITION at IJM.com.

Your signature will help make a difference as we band together. Every voice counts and together we are making strides towards the eradication of slavery in our world.

There are currently over 20,000 signatures and we want more. Help us reach 30,000+ by the end of the month.

Thank you,
John Burger

1 comment:

  1. Human trafficking is a global issue the tragedy of human trafficking is thousand of young girls and boys are sold into modern-day slavery. watch these stories of the survivors of this hideous crime the modern day slavery