Libby Mahoney started her first blog as The Cooking Activist in May 2010. She started participating in human trafficking awareness events and joined forces with the abolitionist community in Northeast Florida at the beginning of 2011. Libby tweets, blogs, and uses facebook to raise awareness about modern day slavery and shopping for slave-free products. Libby is also a strong proponent for gmo-free food and seeks to educate the community about buying organic and preparing foods from scratch. Libby is also a member of Slow Foods First Coast.
The Cooking Activist Company wants to help the community in the prevention of human trafficking through education.
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For more information about organics and gmo’s take a look at these organizations/websites:
Shop To Stop Slavery: Created by Robin Rossmanith to provide a website that showcases fair trade, ethical websites. Consumers can find a variety of products made without exploitation of children and adults. A great place for holiday shopping this Christmas season! Check out my guest blog that I wrote for Robin here.
Made By Survivors: Executive Director Sarah Symons started this company to empower women in India to provide for their families and escape the sex trade. The women learn a trade and they sell their products worldwide, from clothing, to jewelry, and accessories.
Transitions Global: Executive Director James Pond and his wife Athena run a home in Cambodia for sex trafficked girls. They have a very high success rate and have helped numerous girls regain their life back after being forced into the sex trade. They are very active in assisting organizations all over the world establish rescue and restoration homes for trafficking victims.
The A21 Campaign: Founder Christine Caine is working to eradicate human trafficking in Eastern Europe and Greece. This organization has mobilized people worldwide to raise awareness about the sex trade/trafficking and to raise money to support survivors in their shelter. They take an active role in the courts and law-making in Europe to help the victims receive retribution against their traffickers.