40,000,000 people are trapped in slavery around the world today.*

* “There’s no way to count with 100% accuracy the total number of people trapped in slavery. These men, women and children are part of a hidden population. Conservative estimates by the ILO say the number is as low as 20 million. In 2014, The Walk Free Foundation estimated the number is closer to 35.8 million. But to us, the number isn’t as important as the people.

Their lives. Their stories. Their futures. To us, even 1 is too many.”

The End It Movement

What is Slavery?

Human beings are sold for sex and exploited every day. Against their will, they are forced to work without pay, trapped, abused, subject to violence or the threat of violence, and unable to walk away. They feel worthless. They are owned by another person.

They have no hope of ever being set free.

They have been coerced into believing that this is the only life they will ever know.


Slavery is the 2nd largest global organized crime, generating $150.2 billion per year.

That’s more than the combined revenues of Amazon, Google, and Ebay every year.


Every 30 seconds, another person becomes a victim of slavery.


The average cost of a slave today is $90.

The average cost of a slave in 1850, in the American South, is equivalent to $40,000 today.


The average victim may be forced to have sex up to 20-48 times a day.


55% of victims are women and girls.

The average age of a victim is 12 years old.

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At least 100,00 children in the U.S. are commercially sexually exploited.


The Department Of Justice has identified the top twenty human trafficking jurisdictions in the country

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