Human Trafficking Sucks: The Red Light Movement

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What is the Red Light Movement? (Paraphrased from the website)
The Red Light Movement is a collection of individuals, all with varying stories, backgrounds and talents, gathered as one body to fight the injustice of human trafficking. Their strategy in this fight begins with increasing awareness of the problem and encouraging people to live out this awareness in all their areas of influence. With increased awareness, the hope is for people to join together as abolitionists against modern-day slavery.

The Details
Starting at 3:00 PM on April 26th, 2009, abolitionists will gather in Balboa Park, San Diego to declare that slavery exists today and that it will not be tolerated. At 6th Ave and Laurel St, we will participate in a rally highlighted by a 3K walk (1.8 miles) symbolizing a movement of change. Action booths will be available for people to learn more and become involved with different organizations participating in the fight against trafficking.

Some of my very close friends are heading this event and I'm extremely excited to see it all play out. I have the privilege of serving them as their official photographer this weekend so stay tuned for photos from this epic event along with images from a conceptual RLM collaborative photo-shoot!

It is taking place THIS Sunday, I hope you'll be there. For now, I will leave you with some highlights from 2008's event.


When: April 26, 2009

Where: Balboa Park San Diego, CA - 6th Ave and Laurel Street

What: 3km walk to rally for change

Who: YOU

Why: Because human trafficking is slavery, and last time I checked, we were done with that kind of behavior.

This is Red Light Movement, and this is how they Resonate.

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