Sisters work to stop trafficking

S.O.A.P. labeling 2018The Sisters at Salem Heights labeled 2,000 bars of soap with the national human trafficking hotline number on April 11. This was for the S.O.A.P. (Save our Adolescents from Prostitution) organization. S.O.A.P. distributes bars to hotels for use in their bathrooms where trafficked individuals are likely to use the soap. Fourteen sisters worked together to label the soap in one hour’s time! Their nimble fingers made quick work of the sheets of labels and cases of soap. Thank you, Sisters!

Story and photo by Colleen Kammer

Assembly Directive: Stand with the marginalized, make a collective commitment to promote and witness nonviolence.

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