Friday, January 15, 2016
It has been a little over a year since I posted on my human trafficking research and travel blog! It is not because I haven't been doing wonderful things over the past year related to human trafficking. In fact, it is most likely because I was busy doing so many things as part of my advocacy work that I simply did not have time to write. However, a colleague of mine made it his New Year's Resolution this year to write once a week on his blog, so even though I do not like resolutions, I am going to make it a goal for myself this year to try and write once a week on this blog. Since I am doing so many things related to human trafficking in Atlanta, I figured I should document them, my perspectives, and my research more than just a simple post on facebook. So here goes nothing! This year 2016, I resolve to reflect on the things I did last year and also document all of the activities and advocacy work I will do this year!
This is one of my favorite events from last year the the Red Sand Project at the Center for Civil and Human Rights which invites people to find sidewalk cracks and fill them with red sand to help raise awareness of the vulnerabilities that lead to exploitation and human trafficking!