This year, we celebrate One Voice for a Free Nation.
We honor the important voices that keep the anti-trafficking movement in motion.
We recognize the restorative care programs that are putting in the work to provide the best care possible for survivors.
We recognize the law enforcement officers that continue to educate themselves and strive to keep communities safe.
We recognize service providers offering valuable resources to survivors.
We recognize each city, business, and leader who joins in the fight to eradicate human trafficking.
This month, National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we kick off our campaign by recognizing the reason we speak together: survivors.
We recognize survivors who have taken a public stance in the movement, speaking out and advocating.
We recognize survivors who educate, consult, and mentor.
We recognize survivors who serve survivors.
We recognize survivors who take part in the movement, whether through public speaking,
private consulting, or showing up for survivors in their day-to-day lives.
We recognize survivors.