Wear a dress in December, every day, to bring awareness to human trafficking.
Susie Miller is a communication and relationship expert. She is also the author of Listen, Learn, Love, a fabulous book on how you can improve your relationships in 30 days or less! Susie was struck by how large the human trafficking business was and is now part of a cause that helps bring awareness to it. She and other women wear a dress every day for the month of December to let others know that sexual exploitation still goes on today within the United States.
Key Takeaways:[5:55] Why is Susie wearing a dress in December? [6:35] Human trafficking can be defined as both sexual and labor exploitation. [7:00] There are more slaves today than ever in history. [8:40] What is justice? The problems are so big, how can we make a difference? [9:45] How did Susie get involved with Dressember? [15:45] Susie wears a dress every day in December. Every day! [21:05] When it’s zero degrees outside, the last thing you want is to have a dress on. [28:20] You CAN make a difference! [30:35] When Susie helps others in this world, she also feels grateful for what she has. [33:05] You can get involved in a big or small way, but what’s important is for you to just GO and do it! [39:20] Susie invites the Giving Back community to join her this year for Dressember. [42:35] Organizations dedicated to saving human trafficking victims don’t just rescue them, they help them recover from their trauma as well. [44:15] Be the change you want to see in the world. [45:40] When you go on the Dressember website, look up Susie at Dresses for Justice. [47:25] What do the Super Bowl and sex trafficking have in common?
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