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For many women and families, making personal decisions about their bodies, families, and futures comes at a greater cost than it does for others, unjustly based on who they are, where they live, how much money they have, or other factors.
NCJW’s Reproductive Justice Initiative offers a way to take action, become educated, and talk about reproductive freedom, health equity, and personal decision making.
As we enter this season of giving, please consider those living in hardship and those who are the most vulnerable among us — particularly children. Each year, there are thousands of children absent from the family dinner table — on Thanksgiving Day and every day — because they ended up in the hands of sex traffickers.
NCJW is taking action against this unspeakable reality.
Help us raise $25,000 on #GivingTuesday, December 2, 2014, to educate and train individuals across the country to raise awareness about sex trafficking, and advocate for essential legislation aiding survivors.
Your tax-deductible gift will be matched dollar for dollar!
"The rise of voter ID laws, with their often selective criteria for an acceptable ID -- yes to a hunting license, no to a student ID card -- threaten to add a rather large asterisk next to the common summation of our democracy: "one man (or woman), one vote."
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We are excited to announce the launch of Exodus: NCJW’s Anti-Sex Trafficking Initiative, which focuses on raising awareness about sex trafficking of women and children in the US and aims to create important social change through the passage and enforcement of laws.
Interested in learning more about Exodus? Check out NCJW’s Anti-Trafficking Action Kit that includes:
Sign our petition to fight human trafficking!
Human trafficking is not just something that happens “over there,” in faraway places to other people’s children and friends. Men, women, and children are being sold on our own city streets and in online ads in our own living rooms. ?
Vulnerable people are being coerced and trapped into modern slavery every day in the United States. From commercial sexual exploitation to domestic servants and farm workers, human traffickers use force, fraud, and/or violence to hold people against their will. You can help.
Tell President Obama to support strong funding to fight human trafficking in our community. Sign the petition and you'll also receive information from Polaris and the National Council of Jewish Women on how to recognize trafficking in your community.