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February 22nd is Shine a Light on Slavery Day

End It Movement is a global coalition of leading organizations who all are fighting against human trafficking. February 22nd is "Shine a Light on Slavery Day" where millions of people with raise awareness. Check out the resource guide from End It to see how you can get involved.  We will be having a sale until February 23rd, everything will be 15% with the discount code, "EndIt". 

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Delhi's Health Crisis

New Delhi is in a public health emergency crisis. It is considered the world's most polluted city.  Over 6,000 schools have been closed for over a week. The US Embassy in New Delhi which measures the Air Quality Index and on Monday November 6th they estimated it was at 999. To give you an example of how bad this is, most extremely hazardous levels are 500. Beijing, China which is known for being a polluted city is at 298 currently. Experts say breathing the air is the same as smoking 45 cigarettes a day.  Yes, New Delhi is a gas chamber. ...

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Things You Can Do To Help End Slavery Right Now

It can be overwhelming when you read articles or statistics about human trafficking saying that there are between 21 million and 45 million people enslaved around the world or see how trafficking make over $150 billion each year. It seems daunting. However, there are things everyone can do right now to help. 1. Put the National Trafficking Hotline in your phone. Call if you have any suspicions that anyone is being enslaved (learn the signs here) 1-888-373-7888  2. Find out how many slaves are working for you based on the products you buy: slaveryfootprint.org 3. Did you know coffee beans and chocolate...

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Meet Jaden & Darien SNF Interns!

As high school students, we never thought that we would be able to make a difference in our global community. We live in Pensacola, a small city in Northwest Florida, and attend a local high school where we participate in the International Baccalaureate Program. On the basis of where we were born, we were afforded opportunities that are not given to women in other countries. We, for the most part have the ability to make and choose our own path. For many women, this is not their reality. As female American teenagers, we are encouraged to finish and go beyond...

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SNF + Hurricane Harvey - a letter from Kristin

Last week, Hurricane Harvey gave "unprecedented" flooding. Rains up to 50 inches in Houston, Texas with thousands forced to flee their homes. This impacted me personally because my younger brother, Paul lives in Houston. While thankfully he is safe, I heard his first hand account. I saw his photos, videos, and heard about his friends being rescued by boats from their homes being flooded.                                                                           ...

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