I’ve Got a Name Launches First Online Store to Raise Awareness of Sex Trafficking
The nonprofit I’ve Got a Name (ivegotaname.org) launched its first-ever online store to help raise awareness about the gravity of the sex trafficking crisis in Lincoln and beyond. The shop features t-shirts with various designs pertaining to the awareness theme and sold through Tag Ink & Thread in Lincoln—but I’ve Got a Name encourages locals to share information about the apparel with friends and family nationwide to spark conversations about sex trafficking everywhere!
Find the online store at ivegotaname.org and through the I’ve Got a Name Facebook (@ivegotaname), Twitter (I’ve Got A Name), and Instagram (@ive_gotaname) pages. By wearing their apparel, you publically show victims and survivors that you stand with them and believe in them and you tell the world that no humans should ever be sold. You become an ally to those who need you most, keeping in mind that at least 900 girls are sold for sex in Nebraska every month, some of them as young as 12 years old. It happens along the interstate, on our streets, and in our schools, community, and neighborhoods.
I’ve Got a Name is a nonprofit with a mission of ending sex trafficking in Nebraska by generating awareness of the problem and organizing action against it. They are out on the streets protecting those who are vulnerable to and victims of sex trafficking and they help the public learn to identify signs of trafficking and become engaged to fight it. For more information, visit ivegotaname.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.