What We Do

What We Do

In working to abolish modern-day slavery and provide support and empowerment to survivors, the AASG’s programs are geared toward promoting awareness, engaging in advocacy and activism, and providing direct aid for victims.

National Speakers Bureau

Survivor speaker Francis Bok receives the Suze Orman First Book Award
Slavery survivor Francis Bok receives the Suze Orman First Book Award

The first step to abolishing contemporary slavery is to educate the public that it still exists. Through our Speakers Bureau, former slaves, slavery experts, and activists working in the field tour the country teaching about modern-day slavery and what the public can do to help eradicate it. AASG speakers address churches, synagogues, universities, businesses, community groups, and civic gatherings throughout the United States and the world.

Direct Aid

Photojournalist on the ground in southern Sudan, documenting a direct aid mission
Photojournalist on the ground in southern Sudan, documenting a direct aid mission

Through partnerships with organizations on-the-ground, the AASG provides much needed support to victims of slavery. This includes food, shelter, jobs and job training, rehabilitation, education, and even enables slave rescue missions. Some of the organizations we work with include Christian Solidarity International in Sudan, SOS Slaves in Mauritania, South Asian Coalition on Child Servitude in India, and Digital Divide Data in Cambodia.

Public Events

In an effort to boost public awareness, the AASG organizes events every year, primarily in New York, Washington D.C., and Boston. Through rallies, candlelight vigils, and national conferences, the AASG brings media attention and community awareness to the issue of contemporary slavery.

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