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Posted: March 10, 2016 in Getting Involved, Volunteer
 Men Standing Against Trafficking

“Human Trafficking is happening here in our own backyards.  As the men of Southern California, we’re not willing to let it continue.  Stand up for the voiceless.  Stand against the abusers. Stand together as protectors of the innocent. Stand. It’s that simple.”

They meet the 18th of each month at trafficking hotspots across LA and Orange County.

Together, they stand from 9 pm-10:18 pm.  One hour and 18 minutes of silent witness. Please arrive by 8:30p for a quick orientation and overview.

  • 8:00-8:30 Arrive, find parking, check in, sign banner & get event T-shirt (if desired)
  • 8:30 Quick orientation
  • 9:00-10:18 Stand at designated location
  • Walk back to cars and go home

50% of the proceeds will support local anti-trafficking efforts, 50% will support the regional fight.

Wear a white shirt and jeans to demonstrate your solidarity. While they prefer advanced RSVP’s for planning purposes you are welcome to just show up on the night of as well if you are able! Event t-shirts will be available for purchase at the event.


*event is open only to men 18 and over

register at http://www.care18.org/msat

A21 Walk For Freedom

The #WalkForFreedom is a collective effort to heighten awareness of modern-day slavery and raise funds to take us one step closer to ending human trafficking in our lifetime. The Walk For Freedom made its way around the world on October 17, shedding light on the 27 million men, women and children who are still in bondage. When we join forces in one single day, we not only catch the attention of our cities, but we combine our efforts to have a global impact.

The 3rd annual event will take place on October 15, 2016. Mark you calendar.

For more information or to find a walk near you, visit the A21 website.



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