Seattle Against Slavery (SAS) is a grassroots coalition working to make a slave-free world, one city at a time. Uniting community-based abolition activists, local and national non-governmental organizations, government agencies, and other coalitions, SAS seeks to raise human trafficking awareness and mobilize the public to better advocate for victims, enhance survivor care, promote legislation to combat human trafficking, and help service providers build capacity. Seattle Against Slavery focuses on Education, Advocacy, and Mobilization. For more information, go to SeattleAgainstSlavery.org or email email@example.com.
Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center
IPJC acts for justice in the church and in the world. IPJC is sponsored by sixteen religious communities and collaborates with Catholic, ecumenical, interfaith and other organizations in carrying out this mission. IPJC conducts presentations on human trafficking and consumer accountability for schools and community groups. Additionally, IPJC works on shareholder responsibility in a variety of social justice areas. IPJC also hosts monthly vigils for human trafficking awareness at Westlake Center in Seattle. For more information, go to IPJC.org.