Tag Archives: ESTN

  • 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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  • South of the City

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

      On July 19th, local musicians, artists, and their fans gathered at the Brentwood Contemporary Music Center for a night of music and human trafficking awareness!  South of the City, put together by End Slavery Tennessee’s friend and hero Andrew Yontz, was a benefit concert for our organization with the purpose of bringing together local […]

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  • Weekly Staff Update

    Posted on July 18, 2014 by Laura Courtney in Blog.

       This week… Though it wasn’t an office happening per se, the whole staff went out to the South of the City event last Saturday to enjoy a night of music and fun.  Thanks to Andrew Yontz, ESTN raised $970 and was able to create a great amount of awareness at the event.  Thanks again […]

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  • Weekly Staff Update

    Posted on July 11, 2014 by Laura Courtney in Blog.

      Lampshade Films had us feeling like stars the past few weeks.  The crew followed Sheila and one of our survivors around one afternoon, and did some in-office filming and interviews of our staff another, and came back to do some more staff interviews this past week. Emily Lamb and Amanda McGown from Hot Yoga […]

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  • TN Trying to Combat Human Trafficking

    Posted on July 1, 2014 by Laura Courtney in News.

      NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - No young child ever dreams of selling themselves, but prostitution and human trafficking are thriving industries in Tennessee.  Read the full article with interviews from ESTN’s own Shelia Simpkins and Derri Smith.

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