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  • “Seldom do they ever escape. Those thatdo never forget, never feel free, never feel human, being a survivor of bondage.” Group 2: Jingwen Cao, Ian Downey, Chelsea Garber, Annie Pryatel, Kerith Rae, Amy Ruiz, Tyler Wriston
  • 27 million800,00027 million 200,000 32 billion million 1.2 17,500The World’s third largest illegal market.
  • “And who is responsible for thisappalling child slavery?Everyone .” -- Mary Harris Jones
  • Overarching Factors: every country every state every neighborhood how do we help the survivors of this war?
  • The Mission:Our mission is to enable sustainable resources for childrenand victims rescued from sex trafficking rings across theworld. Funding from our organization helps providetherapeutic programs in secure shelters so that these victimsmay receive the assistance needed to overcome trauma andachieve future success.
  • What’s our story? We’re not selling people. We’re selling hope.
  • Courage Houses: - Northern California - Hawaii -Tanzania - India
  • Who will careabout this cause? 18-24 year olds Parents
  • Strategy Develop a cohesive voice for sex exploitation.This unified voice will be implemented through the fashion, music and credit card industries.
  • Fashion Designers
  • Visaonline purchases by human traffickers donating without thinking pride and customization
  • iTunes combat the stigmacause marketing musicians mass appeal
  • Launch
  • “For those of us who are in a position to dosomething to combat human slavery, howeversmall our contribution, neutrality is a sin.” -- General Joseph E. Schmitz, Dept. of Defense