No automatic alt text available.January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Join the movement to expand freedom and end modern day slavery.
Take a stand and pour the sand! Join the Central Virginia Justice Initiative,RCASA - Rappahannock Council Against Sexual Assault, and the UMW's Office of Title IX in raising human trafficking awareness through an interactive sidewalk art event on Friday, January 26, 2017. Stop by between 11-2 to pick up your sand kit and learn more about human trafficking.
Add your pics on social media with #redsandproject#cvji#RCASA, and#UMWTIX
Learn more about the Red Sand Project here:

Have a Movie Night!
The movies are free and we will also send a member of our organization to answer any questions afterward. Currently we have the rights to show Not My LifeNefarious: Merchant of Souls, and Finding Faith. These movies cover a wide age range from elementary to adult and are a great option for any group. If interested, send us an email here and let us know your group name, location, age range, and date desired.  

Not sure where to start?

We believe the first step toward helping fight human trafficking is becoming aware that it is a problem, not just overseas, but in our very own country, states, cities, and towns. Try our Awareness Page to get a general idea of what human trafficking is and how it works.