- Be a conscientious consumers: know what you are buying, where it comes from and demand changes if it is a product of slavery.
- Look critically at your surroundings; report anything suspicious.
- Domestically we need better services for victims.
- Work to get better international laws to protect victims and prosecute traffickers.
- Reduce the demand for services: educate young people that human trafficking is unacceptable.
- Get involved: work to help victims; educate yourself and others; learn about the peoples lives that are touching your life.
- Support organizations that work to end poverty, support democratic processes.
- Participate in Free to Walk: March 19 2011 in Farmington, CT.
- Check out slavery map at NotForSale.Org
- Go to a "Not For Sale" Academy
- Become a Backyard Abolitionists for $28/month
- Support the Freedom Store: Do your holiday shopping by supporting goods made by survivors.
- Be passionate.
- Tell other people what you learned tonight.
- Host a screening for Friends and Family.
- Create hygiene backpacks for victims and survivors.
- Support HR55-75 Bill
- Train Law Enforcement
- Make a commitment to become an abolitionist.
Information and Ways YOU Can Take Action:
Change.org - Cause: End Human Trafficking
The International Institute of Connecticut, Inc.
Free to Work
The Project to End Human Trafficking
United States Department of Health and Human Services
United States Department of State