California Against Slavery is stopping in Fresno on a statewide road trip to expose human trafficking. Daphne Phung, founder of California Against Slavery, will discuss how the California Against Sexual Exploitation Act will help curb human trafficking in our state, how to get involved in the campaign and how to be an effective spokesperson in your community.
When: Wednesday, May 2 at 7:00pm
Where: Fresno State University-University Business Center, PB191, Alice Peters Auditorium. Relaxed Parking available in the UBC lot) Peter’s Building.
Who:Speakers include Daphne Phung (Founder, California Against Slavery) followed by audience question and answer.
What to bring: Just bring yourself and any friends who want to join you – the more, the merrier!
Let us know if you are coming at email@example.com! See you there.
On Saturday, Jan. 15, there will be a training for those interested in helping gets signatures for the California Against Sexual Exploitation Act. The training will be at 11:00 a.m. at the Revue, 620 E Olive Ave.(hey training AND you can buy a delicious beverage)
Help get signatures to put an initiative on the ballot that will help fight human trafficking in California.
Slated for the November 2012 California Ballot, the California Against Sexual Exploitation Act will deter traffickers with higher penalties and fines, use fines to fund victim services, remove barriers to prosecute child sex traffickers, mandate training for law enforcement officers, require convicted sex traffickers to register as sex offenders, require all sex offenders to disclose Internet accounts, and protect victims in court proceedings.
Join the team of dedicated volunteers across California to gather signatures for this monumental initiative between now and April 2012. We need all the help we can get to gather signatures.
This training will give all the information about the initiative and how to get signatures.
The Freedom Week team will need volunteers to get signatures at the Freedom Week events and welcome volunteers to join on.
For more information, go to caseact.org
Central Valley Justice Coalition is pleased to present Freedom Week 2012!
We have the privilege of partnering with co-sponsors, Central Valley Freedom Coalition, Faith.Hope.Love, EOC Sanctuary, and We Are One for this unique week to empower the community to end slavery.
During Freedom Week, we will have opportunities to gain knowledge and a greater understanding of the issue of human trafficking specifically in our own community, join with other in seeking God’s heart, and not only learn how we can join together to bring holistic and lasting change in the lives of those impacted by human trafficking and our community so that human trafficking can no longer exist, but have opportunities to take action.
We are partnering with organizations that are part of the fight in their respective fields. We are also seeking to build partnerships with churches and groups in planning and participating in Freedom Week and beyond. And we also want to partner with you, community members in the Central Valley.
We invite you to join in, tell others, and seek God’s heart together with us in how He wants to change us, our community, and the lives of others so that slavery no more will exist in the Central valley.
Go to the Freedom Week Website for more information.
We have a volunteer meeting on Tuesday, January 10, 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. at Fresno First Baptist. Follow the link for more info.
California Against Slavery just launched a petition drive for the California Against Sexual Exploitation Act. See our previous post for more information.
Like to help gain signatures so that this initiative can make it on the November ballot and live in the Fresno or Tulare County area? Sign up on the CAS website, then contact your county’s CAS Volunteer Leader
Natischa of Faith.Hope.Love is the new coordinator for Fresno County and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brandi of Central Valley Justice Coalition is the contact for Tulare County and may be reached at 725-1865 or email@example.com
In the fight against slavery, a great need are stronger laws to prosecute those who commit human trafficking crimes and protect victims. Currently
California Against Slavery, a non-profit grassroots looking to strengthen anti-human trafficking laws in California, is working on initiative to pass such kaws.
They are currently launching a signature campaign to place an initiative on the 2012. Visit WWW.CaliforniaAgainstSlavery.org for more details or leave questions at their Fremont office (510)473-7283.
CAS will have a training for those interested in helping gain signatures for their initiative in Visalia:
“CASE Act Initiative – Stronger anti-human trafficking laws for CA.” Training for CAS Volunteer Petition Circulator
Tuesday, November 29th, from 6-8pm
At Community Service Employment Training (CSET)
312 N. W. 3rd Ave. Visalia, Ca. 93291
The training is being hosted by ACT For Girls and Women Co-Director Erin Garner-Ford
RSVP: Space is limited. *$10 fee includes T-shirt & campaign materials*