thinking about our girls. yes, the young black girls being taken from their homes. the young women, men, boys, and girls being displaced and sold as sex slaves, and products. those who think slavery ended long before our time are blind to the atrocities humans are capable of committing. we must reach out to each other, the strong and resilient majority of people who are good and pure, to make sure journalists, organizations, and outlets from near and far hear our voices. we need to make sure our plea is heard to cease sex trafficking, sexual violence, child abuse, and abduction. this is not just a black problem, a women problem, or a child problem. this is a PEOPLE problem, and we should all be just as concerned with the safety of OUR fellow human beings, and our brothers and sisters in faith, love, adversity, and/or life. if there is an absence of justice somewhere, there is not justice anywhere; FIGHT THE GOOD FIGHT.
WRITE, CALL, AND MEET WITH YOUR REPRESENTATIVES. TAKE AN AGENDA AND LET THEM KNOW WHAT'S GOOD. BE THE VOICE THE UNDERPRIVILEGED AND UNDERREPRESENTED DID NOT AND DO NOT HAVE.
REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY. STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING. 1-888-373-7888
IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THE YOUNG BLACK GIRLS ABDUCTED FROM D.C. PLEASE CONTACT THE D.C. METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPT. (202)727-9099
#FindOurGirls #MissingDCGirls #StopHumanTrafficking #ModernSlavery