Slavery still exists--here. Tens of millions of humans live in bondage worldwide, tens of thousands in the US. As seen recently on Fox News, Dillon Burroughs and Charles Powell bring awareness about what's happening in our nation and world. The...
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Slavery still exists--here.
Tens of millions of humans live in bondage worldwide, tens of thousands in the US.
As seen recently on Fox News, Dillon Burroughs and Charles Powell bring awareness about what's happening in our nation and world. The book and DVD teach about:
- Human trafficking
- Sexual exploitation
- Forced labor
- Agricultural slavery
Not in My Town answers questions and promotes discussion about the slavery system that crisscrosses Atlanta, Orlando, Las Vegas, New York, California, Texas, North Carolina, Haiti, Amsterdam, India, Cambodia, and beyond.
The authors' gripping journey shocks but also motivates and provides resources to equip new generations of abolitionists from all corners of society and diverse worldviews who share the common call to stop injustice.
Dillon Burroughs is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and author or coauthor of nearly 30 books on issues of faith and culture, including Defending the Faith, What's the Big Deal About Jesus? and Comparing Christianity with World Religions. He has served among at-risk American youth, constructed housing in Mexico's barrios, provided aid relief in Haiti, and was most recently nominated for a CNN Hero award for his efforts to fight human trafficking. Dillon lives in Tennessee with his wife, Deborah, and two children.
Charles J. Powell is an author, adventurer, abolitionist, and civil rights activist whose real life reads like a best-selling thriller novel, from encounters with Soviet spies at the end of the cold war, to his work as a bodyguard for royalty to living undercover in the war on drugs. Charles appears on television, speaks at conferences, and writes for numerous publications on a variety of topics from human trafficking to postmodernism to terrorism.