Founded in 2022, BadAss Survivor has led numerous successful campaigns that have produced real change.
Join Christopher Payne with Frontline Response www.frontlineresponse.org for a Powerful evening! Frontline Response is celebrating 20 years of relentless dedication to ending human trafficking. Come listen as survivors, Christopher Payne, Cyntoia Brown-Long and Elizabeth Smart speak their Survivor stories.
Don't miss the 20th anniversary Gala on October 5th, 2023, in Atlanta, GA kicking off Freedom Reimagined - A movement that will change lives across the nation!
We possess a menagerie of skills from cyber security to mechanical engineering. My inter-personal
skills have helped me to meet high powered and high profile people that want to help me change the world and end trafficking. We as a movement are here to spread awareness, end grooming, trafficking and protect your children.
Advocacy is an essential pillar of our Social Movement. There is strength in numbers, and we work to inform and encourage others to take a stand for what they believe in. Together we can end trafficking and keep our children safe. As a large movement of activists, Outreach is close to our hearts. We believe that the best solutions for society come from within and make it our mission to build awareness so that this is a possibility across the globe. Through events, social media, and online petitions organized by our dedicated members, we work to hold leaders and decision-makers accountable for their actions, moving them to rethink what is possible.
Human trafficking is the illegal trade of human beings for the purposes of exploitation, such as forced labor, sexual exploitation, or forced marriage.
Human trafficking is a gross violation of human rights and affects millions of people around the world. By getting involved, you can make a difference in the lives of survivors and help raise awareness about this important issue.
Look for events or protests organized by organizations such as BadAss Survivor working to end human trafficking or other social justice groups. You can also organize your own event or awareness campaign in your community.
Use social media platforms to share information about human trafficking and organizations working to end it. You can also organize educational events or presentations in your community to raise awareness and encourage action. Be sure to use the hashtag #badasssurvivors
Educate yourself and others about the signs of human trafficking, support policies and legislation that protect vulnerable individuals, and be mindful of your own consumption habits to avoid supporting industries that exploit people. You can also support fair labor practices and ethical businesses.
BadAss Survivor has volunteer opportunities available, such as mentoring survivors, providing legal or medical support, or helping with fundraising and awareness campaigns. Contact us to inquire about opportunities to help!