we become silent about
things that matter."
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
We will no longer be silent, will you join our mission
to end Child Abuse and Human Trafficking?
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There are estimated to be 40 million slaves in the world today. Every abolitionist is needed.
Do you know how to talk to your kids about the dangers of human trafficking?
Hello & Welcome to
My Name Is M.E.
My Name is M.E. is a national organization that disrupts the cycle of human trafficking and child abuse by giving the voiceless a voice. Every day, children’s lives are at risk due to a lack of education and awareness on these topics. We use education as a tool to help children feel equipped, seen & heard, and advocated for.
Our products, the “My Private Space” children’s storybook collection and soon-to-launch “Where I CARE” Doll are intended for all parents and professionals who serve children. They are uniquely designed to help prevent child abuse, serve as a therapy resource for children who have been abused, and promote dialogue between adults and children by helping children find their voice.
We also offer human trafficking prevention trainings to faith-based or local communities and corporations so that they can recognize the signs of human trafficking and protect their loved ones.
How large is the Trafficking Industry?
The combined total for labor, sex, and organ trafficking is estimated to be $150 Billion annually.
Where are the top US cities for human trafficking?
- Washington DC
- Atlanta, GA
- Orlando, FL
- Miami, FL
- Las Vegas, NV
- Sacramento, CA
- Houston, TX
- Tampa, FL
- Columbus, OH
- Baton Rouge, LA
What signs of someone who is being trafficked?
Look for changes in behavior, becoming more withdrawn and secretive, fatigued all the time, dressing more provocatively, having money they can’t explain. No longer being the person you know and care about.
How many people are enslaved through trafficking?
It is estimated that 40 million men, women and children are currently trafficked worldwide.
What is the government doing to combat trafficking?
The US Department of Justice, Homeland Security & the FBI all work against human trafficking. Key Legislations include: U.S. Code and Title 22, Chapter 78 – Trafficking Victims Protection, The Victims of Trafficking and Violence Prevention Act (TVPA) are just the most recent. Go to our resources page to find out more.
What can I do to help combat human trafficking?
Start a neighborhood watch, become more involved with your children, their social media and their movements. Focus on being their parent and not their friend.
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