MY SISTER Releases New Tank For Shine A Light On Slavery Day


Shine A Light On Slavery Day With MY SISTER

 In honor of the End It Movement’s Shine A Light on Slavery DayMY SISTER is releasing an exciting new style of their signature Stop Traffickdesign. Today, people will be drawing red X’s on their hands to show support of Shine a Light on Slavery Day. With over 27 million people trapped in various forms of slavery around the world, including the United States (bonded labor, forced labor and sex trafficking), there are more slaves in the world today than at any other time in history.
The Stop Traffick Flowy Tank retails for $34 and is available on the MY SISTER website today. MY SISTER donates 10% of their proceeds to MN Girls Are Not For Sale to create a world of equal opportunity and safety for women and girls throughout Minnesota. Their mission is to end the sex trafficking of Minnesota girls and boys through grantmaking, research, public education, and convening.
MY SISTER works hard all year long to help raise awareness on sex trafficking through their work with various nonprofit organizations, their impactful apparel, and offering aftercare programs.

MY SISTER‘s mission is to prevent sex trafficking, educate communities, empower the population, provide after-care for survivors and offer growth opportunities to at-risk women through the sales of our statement-making, ethically-sourced apparel and accessories. At a minimum, we give 10% of our net proceeds to our non-profit partners whose main initiatives are to raise awareness, prevent future victims and provide aftercare for survivors. To date, MY SISTER has raised over $121,000 for their non-profit partners and provided over 3,200 hours of survivor-employment through internal employment, workshops and campaigns.
ABOUT MN Girls Are Not For Sale
MN Girls Are Not For Sale is a $5 million campaign launched in November 2011 to galvanize resources to end the sex trafficking of Minnesota girls and boys through grantmaking, research, public education, and convening.  Minnesota is first in the nation to provide state funding for sex trafficking victims with a state-funded infrastructure of $13.1 million (May 2017). They have increased housing and trauma-informed care for victims, from two beds in 2011 to 48 beds as of May 2017. Outreach to Minnesota’s Congressional delegation in Washington, D.C. resulted in federal sex trafficking legislation (2015), modeled after Minnesota’s Safe Harbor law.




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