Monday, January 11, 2010

Project Exodus Outing

This is straight off of Project Exodus' website. Please check it out and spread the word. If you are in the area meet up with this great organization and begin to make a difference.

Human trafficking is one of the greatest human rights violations of our time and it is happening right here in Los Angeles!

This year, join Project Exodus as we recognize Human Trafficking Awareness Day with an amazing anti-trafficking outreach and prayer walk in MacArthur Park in Downtown Los Angeles!

Project Exodus will be leading teams of volunteers in an effort to raise awareness about human trafficking and receive tips of possible trafficking locations right here in Los Angeles.

The day will start with a brief orientation at 11am and then volunteers will hit the streets and interact with one of the most vulnerable communities in Los Angeles, handing out information about trafficking, praying over the community, and seeking tips about possible trafficking taking place.

This is an amazing opportunity to not only let people know ways that they can report trafficking but also find trafficking right where it is happening!

The event is open to people 18+ and should last two hours so let us know if you are coming! We want to make this event HUGE so please invite your friends. If you want a pdf of the event flyer, just click on the image above or right here: Walk for Freedom Flyer


What: Walk For Freedom
When: 16 January 2010 (11am to 1pm)
Where: Home Depot (MacArthur Park)
1675 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Details: We will be meeting in the Home Depot parking lot on the corner of Wilshire and Burlington. For specific details, please see click here: Walk for Freedom Map

For more information about the event, please email at

1 comment:

  1. Hello, I'm a Biola Alumni, but don't know who to contact regarding this. Who should I speak with regarding having manning a table on behalf of California Against Slavery at Biola??