Students Opposing Slavery – Videos
Want to learn more? We recommend watching these videos.
“Passing The Torch”
Abhishek, a participant in the Students Opposing Slavery 2014 International Summit at President Lincoln’s Cottage in Washington, D.C., reflects on Lincoln’s fight to end slavery and its resonance for contemporary abolitionists.
Finishing Lincoln’s Unfinished Work
Molly, Cameron, and Abhishek reflect on what they learned at the 2014 Students Opposing Slavery International Summit, and share their plans for expanding the movement.
13 Ways to Join the Movement
SOS 2013 International Summit participants discuss ideas on how teens can raise awareness of human trafficking.
Students Opposing Slavery International Summit 2013
Watch some highlights from the 2013 Students Opposing Slavery International Summit.
Take Your Slavery Footprint
The SOS founders visit the SlaveryFootprint.org website to understand the extent to which slave labor may be associated with where they live, what they eat, and the things they own. See for yourself by visiting Visit SlaveryFootprint.org.
The Global Human Trafficking Hotline Network
Learn about the Global Human Trafficking Hotline Network, an international collaboration between nonprofits that will enable better coordination and victim protection across borders. This project is funded by Google’s Global Impact Awards.