End It Movement is a movement started at the Passion Conferences with the purpose of ending modern-day slavery. For the past 9 years, supporters of End It have shone a light on slavery many ways including: having a day where everyone puts a red "X" on their hands or other visible body part, put a red "X" on their car, have changed their pictures on social media and went "dark" for a day, End It has recruited many celebrities and politicians to join the fight for freedom and they have placed ads in many national newspapers and in public areas like Times Square in New York City.
Past End It Videos
2015 End It Video
Past News Stories
SWLA End It Movement
February 25th, 2021. SWLA Shine A Light On Slavery Day
On 2/25 Thursday, draw a red X on your hand, take a selfie and post it on social media with the hashtags #swlaenditmovement and #enditmovement.
We, also, encourage businesses, social clubs, churches and more to take group pictures with red X's on their hands and post it to their social media with the hashtags #enditmovementswla and #enditmovement.
Be End It to End It.
Other active ways you can help end human trafficking
1. Check out our website.
2. Put the National Human Trafficking Hotline in your phone. (1-888-373-7888).
3. Learn the signs of human trafficking and call the hotline if you suspect trafficking.
4. Take the survey at Slavery Footprint and learn how you are connected to the problem
5. Change the brand of something you buy to a Fair Trade brand, ensuring that it is slave-free.
6. Give. Visit our Donate page to help fund the local abolition movement.
"Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable. Even a superficial look at history reveals that no social advance rolls in on the wheels inevitability. Every step towards the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals. Without persistent effort, time itself becomes an ally of the insurgent and primitive forces of irrational emotionalism and social destruction. This is no time for apathy or complacency. This is a time for vigorous and positive action."
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Stride Toward Freedom the Montgomery Story - Chapter XI Where Do We Go From Here
Past SWLA End It Movement Pictures