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Website: http://abolishslavery.org/(info)

Address: San Antonio, Texas, United States
Countries served: United States
Geographic scope: Regional

Phone: 617-480-8385
Email: [email protected]
Twitter: @abolishslavery
EIN (Guidestar profile): 26-3285742

Type: Anti-trafficking
Parent organization: Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CASTLA)
Status: Active
Faith-based: Yes
Adult focused (NSFW): No
Sex work positive: No
Female led: Yes
Sex worker led: No

About Abolish Slavery Coalition

EIN – 26-3285742

Website states it is located in San Antonio Texas but there is no Registered Corporation by that name in Texas

Does NOT provide direct services to victims or survivors


Public facts about Abolish Slavery Coalition


2009 – $0

2010 – $20,618.00 (Expenses $0)

2011 – No 990 Filed with IRS

2012 – $25,133.00 (Expenses $0)

Abolish Slavery and Passport 2 Freedom participate together in “Slave Hunter” documentary as well as “Relentless” Movie in production

Is hailed by Passport 2 Freedom – “Abolish Slavery is a leading human rights organization fighting modern-day slavery worldwide.

Abolish Slavery seeks to investigate human trafficking hot spots and transition victims to safe housing, counseling, education, job training, alcohol and substance abuse prevention & intervention, and other services that lead survivors to self sufficiency.”

People involved with Abolish Slavery Coalition

Tommy R. Calvert Jr. – President and Treasurer

Jesse Baker, PhD, Executive Director

Julie Cavanagh, Officer of the Board

Dawn Adams – Secretary

Hanne Fellers, Victim Advocate

Jason Torres, Mission Coordinator

Organizations Partnering or Supporting Abolish Slavery Coalition

Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking LA

Accendo Digital

KIN Los Angeles


Green Galaxy Enterprises

GX International

Kingdom Made

Step of Hope

ZOE Children

Sex work focus for Abolish Slavery Coalition

Street Escort

Sex worker demographics focus for Abolish Slavery Coalition

Female Trafficked

Services offered by Abolish Slavery Coalition

None Directly

No services or housing provided in the US. Although they lay claim to the ever popular Three P’s (Prevention, Protection, Prosecution) their primary activity is “Raising Awareness” and forming paramilitary “Task Forces” that works to find victims – pass them off to another organization or multiple organizations and work in coordination with law enforcement to prosecute and jail “traffickers”

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