The next time you feel overwhelmed by the “tyranny of choice”—what food to eat, movie to watch, job to pursue, shoes to wear, where to travel, whether to say “no” to a request, or how to respond to that jerk who cut you off in traffic—pause and give thanks for that freedom of choice, and use it well. And remember those who finally have a safe place to gradually emerge from their own twilight zone.
“While nearly everyone had told me that having a child would change my life, I had not considered the ways it would change my work.”
Click to read more about our staff member, and recent mother, Chelsea, and what she’s learned from survivors about motherhood.
Art is an outlet of expression when words are just too difficult to speak, helping when nothing else can.
Easter offers us all hope, new beginnings, new life and miracles. Who feels such needs more than human trafficking survivors? Perhaps that is why resurrection power is evident in so many ways at End Slavery Tennessee.
In honor of National Pet Day, we want to highlight our Youth Care Coordinator, Marissa Brownell, and her puppy Journey. Marissa is currently working on Journey’s certification to become a therapy dog.
Our amazing partners at Nashville Film Guild and StoryGive created a short video titled Every Two Minutes. This film gives a look into three of the ways that trafficking happens.
Be the expert in the room. Knowing the truth is what will lead to freedom…read on to learn how you can become the expert!
Anna became a Direct Services intern back in August 2018. Read on to see what she’s learned on the road to freedom with End Slavery Tennessee these past 7 months.
February 17th is National Random Acts of Kindness Day! Here are 7 kind and random things you can do for a survivor today.