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We Are: Abolition, What You Can Do

What You Can Do:

(Silence = Acceptance)

1) Use your Power: Conscientious consumption

  • Buy Local

  • Demand Supply Chain Transparency, and impact disclosures from those you support with your $$ (hold companies accountable under CA Transparency in Supply Chains Act

  • If you are fortunate enough to be able: Please avoid supporting race-to-bottom economic prices

  • Stop buying entirely from companies profiting from slavery in their supply chains, or where workers feel compelled to strike

2) Show public support for anti-slavery advocacy organizations. Do not assume someone else will. Act when orgs call for public support.

Support legislation demanding Governments enforce laws, devote the resources the fight against slavery deserves, and hold people & corporations accountable

3) Empower allies & organizations fighting: takes such little time to voice your support. You truly can Help empower the movement against slavery…

by DH Souter, 1918

by DH Souter, 1918


Educate > Share > Voice > Support



Report Human Trafficking activity thru The Stop App from Stop the Traffik

Scan products before you buy:

the BuyFair App from the Abolish Foundation, and Sweat and Toil App from US Dept of Labor


Supply Chain Transparency

Did you know large retailers and manufacturers (> $100 MM) in CA are legally required to provide disclosure on their efforts to eradicate slavery in their supply chains? See the 2012 California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB 657). CA is one of the Top economies of the world, and Consumers/ Partners can truly help create change by demanding accountability.

If you want to report inadequate disclosure: Email SB657@doj.ca.gov and Voice any corporate concerns about efforts -- often and share publicly


Know the Chain corporate/ investor resource

Interactive Map for Business Anti-Trafficking Organizations

SupplyShift Sourcing Tool

Responsible Sourcing Tool