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Have you always wanted to become educated about human trafficking, the modern day slavery that is present in our own Dallas-Fort worth Metroplex? Have you always wanted to make a difference in the world or in your own community? If so, Not For Sale’s curriculum on human trafficking is a great opportunity you can’t pass up.   On October 2, 2013,...
Most students would not willingly forfeit their post-community service free time nor their lunch periods to attend a club activity; however, Not For Sale Club members are not like most students. The Not For Sale Club's mission is to "raise awareness and fight to end modern slavery in all forms and all countries," and on Wednesday, September 11th, this club,...
An often disregarded global phenomenon (see article 1 below), domestic violence is one of the most pressing issues facing our world today. Present in all countries and cultures, it cuts across all borders. Although one in two women will experience some form of domestic abuse in her life, the issue persists. The time to take action is now. Mr. Garrison...
“You can’t look around your house without finding an item made by a trafficked human,” states Christian Roberts ’14, member of the Not for Sale Club. Indeed, it is estimated that 14,500 to 17,500 persons are brought into the United States each year for labor or sexual exploitation. In fact, in a 2-mile radius around Jesuit is the biggest human trafficking area...
Starting on Friday March 1, The Not For Sale Club, led by Katherine Guinn, officially started its poster campaign to boost the awareness of how prevalent human trafficking is in our society. QR codes (barcode looking squares) and posters have been posted in areas such as the counseling wing and the cafeteria for passing students to read and reflect...
Human trafficking- the act of “buying” and selling people for sexual or commercial exploitation- nets a global profit of about 31 billion dollars per year. Among the groups that tries to tackle this issue are Jesuit’s own Not for Sale Club, which actively promotes anti-human trafficking in the community, and the YACHT (Young Adult Curriculum Against Human Trafficking) initiative,...
“Human trafficking, whether labor or sex trafficking, violates just about every human right and social justice issue.” –Ms. Katherine Guinn, Head of Not For Sale Club Determined and full of vigor, Ms. Katherine Guinn and seven other members of the Not for Sale club, all passionate about the global issue of human trafficking, traveled to Sunnyvale, California to attend the...
Today, thirty million people are enslaved throughout the world, forced into human sex trafficking and other types of forced slave labor. In comparison, many notable countries—including Saudi Arabia, North Korea, Venezuela, and Sudan—do not even have populations over thirty million people. More slaves exist now than at any other point in history. The goal of the Not For Sale...

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