From one small dream we have created a coordinated storytelling endeavor that shows how each one of us can do something to end this atrocity.
Bay City, TX (PRWEB) May 02, 2015
Grace As Justice is the dream of one woman and has quickly gathered the hearts and imagination of people from all over the world. When author and teacher Rachael Williams-Mejri became troubled by the issue of modern slavery, she looked for a magazine primarily about human trafficking to write an article. She didn't find one, so she decided it was time for such a venture to begin, and she was just the woman to jump in with both feet.
The digital magazine focuses on anti trafficking and slavery and features articles from authorities such as Matthew Friedman, international expert; Women At Risk (W.A.R.) Intl; David Trotter, executive producer of In Plain Sight film and other organizations working in many different countries.
The magazine will be released on a bi-annual basis and targeted to people, predominantly women ages 30-55, interested in learning more about the anti-trafficking and modern slavery efforts worldwide.
"We have found women in this age group to be the most responsive to the plight of young people and children being exploited in this manner. We felt if we brought together a forum that showcases the great work that is being done not only by organizations, but by individuals, we could make an impact. We see ourselves as a coordinated storytelling endeavor. Organizations are typically understaffed and underfunded so marketing and telling their stories can be overwhelming and secondary to their work. We understand this and want to bring their work together in one place so the stories can be told to the people who need to know--people who can support this global challenge in very individual ways. The whole purpose of the magazine is to help people take what they have--take whatever is in their hand--and do one thing to make a change. We believe if we show how each one of us can do something, and if we all do what we can, then we will end this atrocity." said Rachael.
Grace As Justice began as an idea in Tunis, Tunisia late in 2014 and the blog was rolled out in February of 2015. The effort is coordinated with Seed Stock Media in Bay City, Texas, along with a global team of organizations and writers that support the vision of bringing awareness and inspiring action. The publication and website offer information, inspiration and resources on the issue of human trafficking.