#Justice~Q2: In the fight against sex trafficking, where are the men?

I preparation for the upcoming human trafficking education and awareness series I am organizing in Greensboro, NC, I have participated in a couple radio spots. As I learn and speak more about the issue, people want to know, “What can I do about human trafficking?” The first response is: Educate yourself, Share the information withContinue reading “#Justice~Q2: In the fight against sex trafficking, where are the men?”

Where Do We Go From Here: Race and Our Children

In March of 2012, I wrote an article titled Trayvon Martin is Not Emmett Till for Urban Faith online magazine. I shared, “eventually, we will forget…Trayvon is not the modern-day Emmett Till. Our attention spans are much too short for that, and our thirst for the next trending topic is much too great. We willContinue reading “Where Do We Go From Here: Race and Our Children”

This Abolitionist Mama says We Should Get Mad About Sex Trafficking!

Featuring the voice and plea of Kimberly McOwen Yim today: The climate needs to change when it comes to women and girls in our world.  Enough is enough.  The commodification and objectification of women and girls – and even young boys – may we not forget the young boys – needs to end.  We canContinue reading “This Abolitionist Mama says We Should Get Mad About Sex Trafficking!”