To Build Strong Children

Knowledge Makes a Child Unfit to be a Slave. Watch the Vs. Confronts Women's Initiative short film about Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives human trafficking prevention education work in Secondary Schools.

Produced & Directed by Konstantinos Kambouroglou Featuring Kenneth B. Morris, Jr.

Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives is an Atlanta-based 501(c)(3) looking to expand its human trafficking prevention education programs around the world. Prevention education costs us approximately $2 per student. Your donations can help us bring prevention education to tens of thousands of students and begin to change the paradigm of this insidious crime.


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  • Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives
    Maggie, thank you for your message. The short film was produced before the Globalize 13 project was created. This documentary is about our human trafficking prevention education programs in secondary schools. The goal of this prevention education initiative is to protect young people from becoming victims of various forms of trafficking. It is not meant to inspire children to frighten tyrants. With regard to the G13 project goals and labor trafficking facts, we recommend downloading and reading the free curriculum for more information on what we hope to accomplish:
  • Maggie Lawrence
    This is a very well put together film short, and it is encouraging to me to see young people facing this issue. However, I believe something very important has been omitted from the presentation. In a word – “facts.” Yes, we have all read that human trafficking still exists and I believe it. But no where in this documentary is any country, any group, any person named as the perpetrator. For Globalize13 to tell young people that human trafficking is still going on in America is a VERY serious charge, and is irresponsible if you can’t document where your information is coming from. The other point I missed is what, exactly, these inspired young people actually think they’re going to do about it. “Raising awareness” is not something that causes evil to fall. Drawing pictures and hanging them in halls is not something that frightens tyrants. So what, exactly, is Globalize13 expecting to accomplish? If that was addressed, I must have missed it.