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Shop For Made By Survivor Products

04.05.2007 in Uncategorized

Looking for that perfect Made by Survivors product? You can shop online, host an awareness event, or vistit our store. Your purchase of these products helps us provide jobs to survivors of slavery and helps us prevent slavery by giving jobs to those at high risk.

To Shop online – click here

To host an Awareness Event (or learn more about it)  - Click Here

Our retail store and community abolition center is in Cape Cod, MA, at 172 Route 6A, at Charles Street in Sandwich.  We are open from 10-5 Tue-Sat.  Call 800-831-6089 during store hours for directions.

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India 2007

25.04.2007 in Uncategorized

TEN recently led a team of 25 volunteers to Kolkata, India. We led art and music therapy workshops at two of our partners, Apne Aap and Sanlaap. Most of the volunteers are rock musicians, and also designed products with the survivors to sell at their concerts.

Click here to read the full report:
https://system.netsuite.com/core/media/media.nl?id=678&c=625162&h=bb95eadd3045f44f6d0a&_xt=.pdf

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United States of America

05.04.2007 in Uncategorized

Victims of human trafficking in the United States are young children, teenagers, men and women. Approximately 800,000 to 900,000 victims annually are trafficked across international borders world wide, and between 14,500 and 17,500 of those victims are trafficked into the U.S., according to the U.S. Department of State. Victims of human trafficking are subjected to force, fraud, or coercion, for the purpose of sexual exploitation or forced labor.

After drug dealing, trafficking of humans is tied with arms dealing as the second largest criminal industry in the world, and is the fastest growing. The ILO estimates that the trade in human beings generates $31 billion annually.

Many victims of human trafficking in the US are forced to work in prostitution or the sex entertainment industry. But US trafficking also occurs in forms of labor exploitation, such as domestic servitude, restaurant work, janitorial work, sweatshop factory work and migrant agricultural work.

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