NMHTTF and the Gideons Send Message of Hope to Victims of Human Trafficking

Beginning in December 2017, the New Mexico Human Trafficking Task Force (NMHTTF) has partnered with the Gideons to place awareness material in hotel room Bibles across the State of New Mexico. Victims of trafficking self-report that they often spend hours and days isolated in motel/hotel rooms, and turn to the Bible for hope and support.  The NMHTTF and the Gideons created a Bible insert to reach out to those victims and let them know that what is happening to them is not their fault and that there is help available.



New Mexico's 2016 World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

The City of Albuquerque and The Life Link are proud to announce the New Mexico World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, to be held at Albuquerque Civic Plaza on July 29, 2016, from 9am to 1pm.  Joining forces with the New Mexico Office of the Attorney General, the Coalition to STOP Violence against Native Women, Tewa Women United, One Billion Rising, and others, we are devoting the day to raising awareness about Human Trafficking, educating the community about available resources, showing solidarity with victims, and campaigning to abolish modern day slavery in New Mexico and around the world.

Speakers for the event include Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry, New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas, and many others.  Entertainment includes live music and dance, food trucks, a performance by Graviel De La Plaga, and more.

We are also proud to announce the participation of SOLD: The Human Trafficking Experience.  SOLD is a "multi-sensory experience that will educate you on the shocking reality of human trafficking, both locally and globally.  Participants will be immersed into the lives of victims in nine different parts of the world.  SOLD challenges participants to respond to human trafficking with justice, mercy, and humility".

Please mark your calendars and join us on Albuquerque Civic Plaza on July 29th!

Print copies of the flyer and share with friends and colleagues!

End modern day slavery now!