Read Cleveland Case Isn't an Anomaly, 'Modern-day Slavery' Has 27 Million Trapped at Mission Network News
Mission Network News
"Have you been following the case of the 3 girls kidnapped and kept as slaves in Ohio for 10 years? Their story shows how most human trafficking cases start. You see, trafficking doesn't require movement; slavery is at the heart of this global problem. Cathey Anderson with Operation Mobilization says their annual Freedom Climb helps fight trafficking. "We're just all out there being this voice for these gals." Each year, women climb one of the world's toughest mountains to raise awareness of the issue. They also raise support for OM projects that fight trafficking. You can be a part, too. "We really need to get out there and be aware, be the voice, be the hands and the feet, and start making a difference." Find more at our Web site. The most important thing to do is pray. "Pray for those that are suffering--physically, mentally, emotionally, oppressed, enslaved, whatever it is, because it doesn't end. It's a big, bad stain on all of humanity.""