Help US End/Stop Drugs, Guns and Human Trafficking ZX/ZY-Solutions: Please Repost, Repeat and Share the Awareness

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http://www.traffickingproject.org/2012/03/call-to-actionstep-into-future-with-us.html  If you are interested in helping out in any way, be it finding and publishing articles, managing our social media channels, doing interviews to help promote the work of anti-trafficking organizations or something else that will help this organization run let us know.

Please note. You will not get paid. You probably won’t get famous. And the work really isn’t that glamorous. But you will make a difference. You will help raise awareness. And you will be able to connect to wonderful, courageous people who are dedicated to the fight to end modern day slavery. Does this sound like something you’d be interested in?

If so, get in touch at justin@traffickingproject.org and let’s figure out how to get you involved.  Let’s build this next stage together. Let’s pool our resources and help raise awareness of modern day slavery using our collectively brilliant perspective.

Thank you always for your support.

Member Support & Advocate: Richard A. Sands, Ret. PI

Michigan Rescue and Restore Coalition (AhEeCOSH) Investigative Reporter

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5 thoughts on “ZX/ZY-Solutions

  1. Pingback: About | H.R.483 (2011) "E-Verify and Anti-Human Trafficki

    Human & Drugs Trafficking Watch
    Here are links to all of my posted thesis chapters so far.
    I’m a 20s Master’s graduate interested in human and drug trafficking around the world. I post short summaries and links of the articles I’m reading in hopes it may help someone else.
    Just a reminder, all of the opinions on this blog are my own as is the research put into my thesis. If you have comments or questions or would like to give me a job, I would love to hear from you at humantraffickingwatch@gmail.com

  3. http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/congressmen-urge-supreme-court-to-review-anti-prostitution-pledge/
    Congressmen urge Supreme Court to review anti-prostitution pledge
    Washington D.C., Apr 28, 2012 / 04:04 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Twenty-four members of the U.S. House of Representatives called for the Supreme Court to hear a case on banning funds for groups that promote the legalization or practice of prostitution and sex trafficking.
    “The U.S. Justice Department should immediately petition the U.S. Supreme Court” to review a challenged funding prohibition in the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, said Congressman Chris Smith (R-N.J.) in an April 27 statement.
    He explained that the law in question “prevents international groups that promote and enable prostitution and sex trafficking from receiving HIV/AIDS funding.”
    Several public health groups have brought a legal challenge against the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) over its anti-prostitution funding restriction.
    The federal law requires groups that receive money under the 2003 Leadership Act to sign a pledge stating their opposition to both sex trafficking and prostitution.
    Although the Alliance for Open Society International initially signed the pledge, it later sued USAID, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in September 2005.
    It was joined in the lawsuit by the Open Society Institute, Pathfinder International, the Global Health Council and InterAction.
    The groups all object to the pledge requirement, saying that it would force them to adopt the government’s viewpoint.
    They argued that restricting funding to organizations that oppose prostitution and sex trafficking amounts to an infringement of free speech.
    A U.S. Court of Appeals panel sided with the health groups, ruling that the pledge requirement violates their right to free speech.
    While USAID requested a rehearing before all the judges of the court, rather than just the panel, the request was denied.
    The government is currently unable to enforce the pledge requirement due to a court injunction.
    In an April 20 letter, two dozen Congressmen asked U.S. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli to petition the U.S. Supreme Court to hear the case.
    Rather than coercively penalizing or suppressing free speech, the pledge requirement is a rational use of Congress’ spending powers, they argued.
    It is “imperative” that the prohibition on funding “organizations or groups that support prostitution and sex trafficking be upheld in all jurisdictions,” the Congressmen said.

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