Shared Hope International Founder and President, Linda Smith, takes you inside the historic fight against child sex trafficking in the United States. You’ll hear the cries from the shadows … come face-to-face with some of the victims … meet the unsung heroes in the fight against this evil … see justice at work … and learn how we’re raising the voice of the voiceless across America.
Hear from movement leaders within the book’s 296 pages of compelling insight, information and inspiration:
When I met with Linda and the subject of missing kids came up, I told her, ‘I know where the kids are. I’ve been saying it for years.’ We’d been waking up the nation about missing kids. Now it was time to wake them up about children and sex trafficking in the United States.” – Ernie Allen, Founding Chairman and Former President, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
…there’s something tremendously inspirational and empowering when you think about passionate, dedicated, and committed people in both the public or private sector, who all come to the table with their respective strengths and talents determined to affect change. What could be greater than building a modern abolitionist movement?” Amy O’Neill Richard, Senior Advisory to the Director, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (J/TIP)
Not knowing what to do is an excuse that just doesn’t fly…what we need to remember is that there is hope. I always want to return to that message. We can make changes. We can reshape this conversation and educate people on what is really happening.” Judge Robert Lung, member of U.S. Presidential Advisory Council on Human Trafficking
It’s critical that survivors are heard in this movement, not just for our stories and insights or as ‘token’ survivors. We must also be heard to inform individuals and organizations about issues that still need to be addressed.” Kristy Childs, Founder and President of Veronica’s Voice, Inc.
Join us as a light in the darkness — help us change the culture and transform lives!
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