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fairtradeusa:

Do you agree?

fairtradeusa:

Do you agree?


The rock band “KISS” posted this picture of the boys on their Facebook page today. 

The rock band “KISS” posted this picture of the boys on their Facebook page today. 

exhibition-ism:

Untitled, fluid acrylics, 12” x 9” on wood panel
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exhibition-ism:

Untitled, fluid acrylics, 12” x 9” on wood panel

madeinafreeworld:

Today, World Day against Trafficking in Persons, help give a voice to the voiceless: join the #igivehope campaign! http://thndr.it/1mqUVMT

madeinafreeworld:

Today, World Day against Trafficking in Persons, help give a voice to the voiceless: join the #igivehope campaign! http://thndr.it/1mqUVMT

Slavery, Inc.

madeinafreeworld:

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“A Hello Kitty notebook holds the tally of men she was forced to have sex with: 1,320 in 11 months.”

Investigative journalist Lydia Cacho Rebeiro was given 5 bodyguards after receiving death threats for telling the stories of women forced into prostitution. Her new book, “Slavery, Inc.,” describes her chilling journey into the $150billion/year underworld of slavery.

LIKE to show your support for Cacho’s bravery to tell the real stories of modern slavery.

mercycorps:

Inside Gaza: A moment of innocence captured by our staff during emergency distributions of supplies last week.

mercycorps:

Inside Gaza: A moment of innocence captured by our staff during emergency distributions of supplies last week.

halftheskymovement:

Street harassment is a frightening and disempowering reality for many women and girls. From catcalls, to flashing, to inappropriate touching, many women are forced to navigate an “obstacle course of sexual menace” — as coined by The Daily Show — on a regular, if not daily, basis.

One woman, Lindsey from Minnesota, is determined to change that. She has created Cards Against Harassment, an online resource with printable PDFs of cards women can hand out to street harassers. The cards are brief and to the point, and provide a method for women to address the issue of verbal street harassment in a hopefully educational way.

"If you do not feel safe confronting street harassment, you should not put yourself at risk," Lindsey states on her FAQs page. “However, for many women, silence is frustrating and its own form of victimization.”