Make a Difference – End Sex Slavery

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Sunitha Krishnan is an incredibly compassionate and committed woman, and I urge to watch this 13 min. video, The Fight Against Sex Slavery, for 3 reasons:

1. What she has to say is truth – this is not just in India, not just in Europe, or Canada…it is a global epidemic and a manifestation of the distortions in the human spiritual-energetic architecture, to which I keep referring in my articles. This issue (like many others, I know) needs our conscious awareness.

2. She is a living example of transformation – taking what seems like the most unbearable experience, understanding it, learning from it, and bringing forward a higher purpose, for not only herself, but many females, and all of humanity.

3. When you watch this video, you may shift your consciousness, and in turn, help shift this worldwide issue.

THEN, I kindly request that you take Sunitha up on her call of action and send this video to 1 or 2 people. Please do this with consideration: send it to someone in your circle who may not have any idea about this issue or the magnitude of it. This will make a difference.  Thanks.

 

  “Globally, there are more slaves than ever before in history.”

Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves.

27 million people in modern-day slavery across the world; “forced to work without pay, under threat of violence and unable to walk away.” ” Double the number that came out of Africa in the entire transatlantic slave trade.” Source: Kevin Bales of Free the Slaves. Click here for his TED Talks video presentation. 

80% of transnational victims are women and girls. Source: U.S. Department of State, Trafficking in Persons Report: 2007.

70% are female victims trafficked into the commercial sex industry. The rest are victims of forced labor. Source: U.S. Department of Justice, Assessment of U.S. Government Activities to Combat Trafficking in Persons: 2004.

A woman is sexually assaulted by forced intercourse every 17 minutes in Canada. Source: Justice Institute of British Columbia

Non-government officials estimate 12 to 15 thousand people are trafficked in Canada each year. Special Report: Human Trafficking, It happens more than you think in Canada July 21, 2008 www.canada.com

Average price of a slave over the last 4,000 years was $40,000 (current dollars). Today, it’s $90 on average, as high as $3-8,000 in North America and as low as $5 in India and Nepal. Source: Kevin Bales

Estimated global annual profits made from the exploitation of all trafficked forced labour are US$ 31.6 billion. Source: UN GIFT (Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking)

 

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