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October 30, 2007

RE: The Conscience of the Information Age

Catherine, thanks for putting the spotlight on this issue. Your post reminded me of an article I saw in the Washington Post a few weeks back, which portrayed the human trafficking problem as overblown. Clearly, that's not the case, as the NY Times piece you linked to illustrated. The secret nature of this dirty business makes it easy to ignore, which is why we need people like those at International Justice Mission to keep reminding us that it exists.

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I attended an IJM fundraiser last night, and suddenly I understood why the story of Hagar is in Genesis. "You are the God who sees me" means that it doesn't matter if someone is Hindu, or Muslim, or atheist, or whatever - God cares about them and wants to alleviate their suffering at the hands of godless people. I was broken by the stories, but thrilled to be able to contribute (even in a small way) to seeking justice.

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