Yesterday our Vineyard School of Justice – in collaboration with International Justice Mission Canada (IJM), Global Wonders, and Mennonite Central Committee – hosted a special evening on the subject of modern day slavery. We screened two short films (one of which was IJM’s latest documentary “At the End of Slavery“), had presentations by Angie Redecopp (Director of Development at IJM Canada) and a spokeswoman from Global Wonders (who sell jewelry made by woman rescued from sex trafficking in Nepal), and had display tables where attendees could purchase Global Wonders jewelry and obtain resources from all three organizations. It was a wonderful night with around 45 people in attendance. We’re looking forward to collaborating with other organizations who are doing justice and having other events like this in the future. Thank you to everyone who attended!
View more photos of the event on our SOJ Facebook page.