Lena Weathers, our founder, was interviewed. She discussed the human trafficking industry. Find out more here: https://www.fox5vegas.com/news/las-vegas-non-profit-partners-with-ccsd-to-raise-awareness/article_ffd9df10-cab8-11e8-bd70-f332c48d93b6.html
Desert Companion Magazine features Lena from AIP. Read the rest here.
July 28, 2015: Co-Founder & Secretary of AIP, Ken Walther presented to the Las Vegas Host Lions. Ken and AIP are the leaders in Clark County on education and prevention of Human Trafficking and Global Slavery. Mr.Walther explained to a full house on how everyone can help fight Human Trafficking
Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives (FDFI) is an Abolitionist organization co-founded by direct descendants of Frederick Douglass and Booker T. Washington. FDFI combines lessons from the legacies of Douglass and Washington. Our mission: To Advance Freedom through Knowledge and Strategic Action. FDFI has been a leader in implementing human trafficking prevention education curricula in classrooms nationally since 2007.
Women’s Global Leadership Alliance (WGLA), the premier organization for women in leadership, announces today it chose Awareness Is Prevention (AIP) non-profit organization as its foundation of choice. WGLA will gift AIP a portion of its proceeds from its upcoming Excellence in Leadership Conference in Las Vegas, March 10-12, 2016.The Full Press Release
Published on Aug 5, 2016 According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, 41 individuals have been arrested as part of a three-day sting which sought to crack down on human trafficking in Nashville. As part of “Operation Someone Like Me” undercover agents posted ads on Backpage.com – an internet classified site – to find individuals…
The fight against juvenile sex trafficking is ignored, stigmatized and underfunded, but a small army of victim advocates is determined to change that Read Full Feature
Human trafficking is a crime that has become the second largest criminal enterprise in the world, with an estimated 45 million people currently enslaved worldwide. It has passed the illegal arms sales in the global black market trade. Human trafficking victims include men, women and children in labor servitude, private ownership and in sexual services. Human…
About 45.8 million people around the world are trapped in mordern versions of enslavement, a human rights group reported Tuesday, 28% more than last year.
Human traffickers preying more on children, men, laborers – Global Study