You are Forever Priceless! Join Second Chance in demonstrating how girls and women are priceless and not something to be bought and sold. The Forever Priceless campaign includes ribbons that are black, purple and pink. The black is for women who lost their lives due to the sex trade, purple is for those who are being victimized and the pink signifies the need to prevent young girls from being trafficked.
Prevention is a key component of the Forever Priceless campaign. Second Chance produced the prevention video “Losing Maria” to educate community members about domestic minor sex trafficking including the recruitment process, precautions and possible effects of trafficking. Curriculum accompanies the 42-minute film and can be used with a variety of audiences. Visit the Downloads section to obtain the video and curriculum.
Interested in learning more about trafficking? Do you think that your peers should be educated? Talk to your teacher or group leaders about participating in the Projects. Individual or group projects can be submitted through the Upload Your Project section. Be creative and take a stand against this form of modern day slavery!
Make sure to visit our Projects section to see creations from people who are standing up and supporting the Forever Priceless Campaign. Stop back and upload your project. By working together we can take a stand against trafficking locally, nationally and worldwide.