Category Archives: Blog

  • Survivor Snapshots

    Posted on July 30, 2014 by Laura Courtney in Blog.

      Cori – Cori , age 17, delivered a healthy beautiful baby boy on July 9th.   She asked Shelia to be the godmother! Shelia was there to comfort Cori in the delivery room. Christine, Allie and Kamrie were also present in the hospital for support. Cori is adjusting to her life as a mother with […]

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  • Weekly Update

    Posted on July 25, 2014 by Laura Courtney in Blog.

      We had some special visits on Monday from Andrew Yontz (our new found hero) who dropped off a beautiful painting made during the South of the City event, and by Angela Woodard from Inglewood Church of the Nazarene who dropped off some toddler boy clothes for us to give to our newest survivor mom […]

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  • Getting the Word Out

    Posted on July 25, 2014 by Laura Courtney in Blog.

      by Karen Karpinski, Director of Education As the Director of Education for End Slavery Tennessee I spend a good deal of time providing education for professional organizations to help them focus on and understand the trauma and mindset of human trafficked victims.  But I am reminded frequently that those who volunteer with End Slavery […]

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  • Volunteer Voices

    Posted on July 23, 2014 by Laura Courtney in Blog.

       Spring Hill group had a great car wash event this month raising around $160 and is currently working on assembling their educational display board and Ride for Refuge auction baskets for the volunteer event in October.   The Franklin group had a special meeting this month – they acknowledged specific progress the group members […]

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  • ESTN Library Spotlight

    Posted on July 23, 2014 by Laura Courtney in Blog.

    By Clarice Grooms, ESTN Librarian BOOK: In Our Backyard AUTHOR:  Nita Belles In Our Backyard enters the lives of actual victims, survivors, and traffickers, as they tell their horrific yet true stories of this underground criminal activity. This read will open your eyes to the horrors of human trafficking that occurs in our own communities.  Author […]

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