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Walk Free

Walk Free: The Movement to End Modern Slavery

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#SlaveryStillExists
You can help end it—take action now at walkfree.org

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Today, a 14-year-old girl, recruited for a job as a nanny, is sold to a brothel in Bangkok.

A 5-year-old boy, trapped by his father's debt, labors in a brickyard in rural India.

A woman from Nigeria, tripped by a fake job offer, is held captive as a maid in a home outside Washington, D.C.

Each day, in places around the world, men, women and children are working for little or no pay, living in fear. They're controlled by threats, by debt, by violence.

We call it by many different names, but it all amounts to the same thing: Modern-day slavery.

Today, there are 21 million people enslaved worldwide. They are in every country, including yours.

But never underestimate the power of one person taking a stand. If you take a stand, and a friend takes a stand, and then another, and then another—if millions of people around the world demand action—we can build the global movement necessary to end modern slavery in our generation.

So the little girl in Bangkok, the boy in India, the young woman in Washington, D.C., and all others like them, can walk free.

Together, we're fighting to end modern slavery--every kind, everywhere.

Join us.

Walk Free.
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#SlaveryStillExists
You can help end it—take action now at walkfree.org

* * *

Today, a 14-year-old girl, recruited for a job as a nanny, is sold to a brothel in Bangkok.

A 5-year-old boy, trapped by his father's debt, labors in a brickyard in rural India.

A woman from Nigeria, tripped by a fake job offer, is held captive as a maid in a home outside Washington, D.C.

Each day, in places around the world, men, women and children are working for little or no pay, living in fear. They're controlled by threats, by debt, by violence.

We call it by many different names, but it all amounts to the same thing: Modern-day slavery.

Today, there are 21 million people enslaved worldwide. They are in every country, including yours.

But never underestimate the power of one person taking a stand. If you take a stand, and a friend takes a stand, and then another, and then another—if millions of people around the world demand action—we can build the global movement necessary to end modern slavery in our generation.

So the little girl in Bangkok, the boy in India, the young woman in Washington, D.C., and all others like them, can walk free.

Together, we're fighting to end modern slavery--every kind, everywhere.

Join us.

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