Update 2: Support Raising

PRAISE REPORT: We are finally 50% funded!! God has been so good to us! This week we finally reached the half way point! We love seeing the diversity in the people God is bringing to the team - from backgrounds, ethnicity, belief systems, economic status, etc. We do what we do to glorify God and try [...]

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Criminal Justice Classroom Presentations

Classroom presentations have officially started!! Cactus High School invites us every semester to speak with their Criminal Justice classes. It's a fun time as we are able to customize our presentations to address law enforcement's role in the fight against sex trafficking. This year we launched a new program called the Rebel Pledge. https://www.instagram.com/p/BJqygGBAArN/?taken-by=redlightrebellion Students [...]

Program Highlight: Healthy Relationships

There is a common misconception that sex trafficking happens by a victim being kidnapped by a pimp. In reality, there is usually a previously established relationship between the victim and trafficker. This relationship can look many different ways. There are cases in which family members traffick the children. This can be for multiple reasons: financial [...]

Program Highlight: Discovering Our Stories

We all have stories, and each of our stories bring us to different places in life. During Red Light Rebellion classroom presentations, we spend a whole day helping students explore their individual stories. Through various activities they are able to identify the most significant events in life that have shaped who they are. This is [...]

What does it take to prevent abuse?

Last week Red Light Rebellion had the honor of conducting a presentation at Arizona's annual Child Abuse Prevention Conference. It is a two-day event that attracts nearly 700 people from child welfare agencies, service providers, law enforcement, parents, and concerned community members. National speakers are flown in to present the latest research and newest best [...]

The Power of Convenience

A few weeks ago I once again found myself at a detention center. Maybe it is because I knew what to expect, but somehow the walls did not feel as oppressive, nor the inmates and staff as rigid this time around. The relationship that RLR and Girl Scouts developed has tuned out to be amazing. [...]