Today, January 11, is Human Trafficking Awareness Day! Join UAHT along with The Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign, to commemorate this day.

We are asking people to participate on social media by wearing blue, and using the hashtags #wewearbluebecause or #wearblueday. Include why you are united in the fight against human trafficking to inspire your community. Check out their website for more information on how the Blue Campaign works to fight and end human trafficking in our country.

Join the fight today and for the rest of Human Trafficking Awareness Month! The month kicked off with the Artworks for Freedom and Red Sand Project Installation at 2nd Cup, available to view now until January 31 during their regular hours.

On January 9, Mayor Sylvester Turner presented UAHT with a proclamation of January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Every year, United Against Human Trafficking joins with Coalition members, hosting events to raise awareness and advocacy in the City of Houston.One of our first events was a  partnership with a 2nd Cup and The Landing, to present our Human Trafficking on 101 on January 6. Over 50 people attended the event, eager to learn how to make a difference in their communities and raise awareness.

THANK YOU  to The Landing, National Council of Jewish Women, The City of Houston Anti Trafficking Mayor’s Office, and Houston Police Department

HTAM events will continue through the month, with this week’s screening of “I am Jane Doe.” This documentary film chronicles the legal battle between the victims of sex trafficking and –  A legal battle that continues today, as several anti-trafficking organizations and survivor safe houses testify before Congress in support of the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA). Watch the trailer for I am Jane Doe.

Join United Against Human Trafficking at Kendra Gives Back. Champagne and cookies available while you shop. 20% of the sales will go directly to UAHT, to sustain our prevention and outreach programs. Shop guilt free for a cause!

Follow us on social media and check our our events calendar, to discover more events and opportunities to be involved with this

years Human Trafficking Awareness Month!

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