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Author Archives: Marilyn Murray

Here are a few ways you can help end child exploitation and spread holiday cheer to those you love.

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Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! This month, we want to celebrate just a couple of the many Hispanic colleagues and partners who are shaping our history as an organization, and fighting to address disparities in their work to end child trafficking and helping support children in their vulnerabilities.

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The children in our care are not voiceless. Translated from their language, tagalog, the words in these videos below are directly from the boys and girls in our care in the Philippines. There is no silver lining to being trafficked or exploited, but there is a shining resilience in humanity that refuses to be extinguished.

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Labor Day was created by the labor movement in the…

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Recently, a youth soccer club in Houston decided that instead of featuring a sponsor, they would put the name “Love146” on the front of their jerseys. Hundreds of young people will be representing this cause, spreading awareness, and supporting solutions to end child trafficking. Legacy Soccer Club has a huge focus on building character and players who make a significant impact on their local community and beyond.

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At Love146, we’re often asked, “What should I look for…

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((Trigger warning)) On Tuesday, Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to 20…

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This month, we want to celebrate just a few of the many AAPI colleagues and partners who are shaping our history as an organization and fighting to address disparities in their work ending child trafficking and helping support children in their vulnerabilities.

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Happy Black History Month! This month, we want to celebrate…

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Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in prison for being found guilty on five of six counts related to her partnership with Jeffrey Epstein in abusing and trafficking minors for sex. Prosecutors argued that Maxwell conspired from 1994 to 2004 to lure girls into trafficking and exploitation.

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For tax year 2021, according to The CARES Act extension,…

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Content Warning: This article contains a story of sexual assault.…

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Did you know you can support Love146 while shopping for everyday purchases, or even while buying for gifts? For Love146, Amazon shoppers using Smile have generated more than $40,000 to help support children impacted by trafficking.

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Several videos of misinformation have gone viral, and many perpetrate the myth that traffickers have set random items as traps to target women for kidnapping.

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by Marilyn Murray Language is about communicating – and many…

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For the vast majority of LGBTQ+ youth, the systems setup to protect and build resilience – family, laws, religion, peers groups… — can be stigmatizing and ostracizing, making children feel shame rather than pride. Because of these responses from family, community, and society, LGBTQ+ youth end up disproportionately harmed by issues like homelessness, suicide, and human trafficking.

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