Detroit Artist Holds Fundraiser to Fight Human Trafficking

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Detroit-based singer/songwriter Carol Clayton is using her talents to bring attention to hard realities of human trafficking and modern-day slavery. Her CD release concert will raise awareness about trafficking and raise money for International Justice Mission, an organization that secures justice and freedom for victims of slavery, violence and oppression.

Singer/songwriter Carol Clayton will be the featured artist at PUSH, a fundraising event being held on Thursday, May 28th, at the Crofoot in Pontiac, Michigan. All profits from ticket sales and 100% of donations from CD sales will go to benefit International Justice Mission.

Founded in 1997, International Justice Mission (IJM) is a human rights agency that works for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression. IJM lawyers, investigators and aftercare professionals work to secure freedom for victims and bring their perpetrators to justice. IJM currently has 14 field offices operating in 12 countries. Learn more at

Carol is an accomplished musician who is lending her talents to the fight against human trafficking. She is currently in the studio, recording a CD that will be released at the May 28th event. She's happy to share the stage with some very talented friends, Detroit's own Silent Violent and Wurfel.

Carol Clayton's desire is to create music that challenges listeners to live for something larger than themselves. This passion finds its voice in piano-driven rock songs that seek to move the listener from a place of fear and apathy to a place of hope and action. Hear some of her music at

Tickets to the event are $10 in advance, $13 at the door and can be purchased at

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