The FreeTHEM Walk
May 28 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Coming to The Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence on Friday, Mary 28!
The FreeTHEM Walk-ers recognize that human trafficking is modern-day slavery, and there are many victims in the United States. To help stop human trafficking, they educate others about the crime and inform them how to identify and help victims. The FreeTHEM Walk is made of a group of abolitionists who will spread awareness to light a path toward freedom for enslaved people today. With help from supporters like you, we believe we can abolish human trafficking in our lifetime.
Every Stop Has A Story —
The FreeTHEM Walk-ers are walking nearly 1,000 miles on the Underground Railroad to help raise awareness about modern day slavery, better known as human trafficking. Each individual stop has its own story – Appomattox Courthouse (5.04.21), White House of the Confederacy (5.07.21), Fauquier History Museum at the Old Jail & THe Plains (5.10.21), Bucktown General Store (5.12.21), New Castle Court House (5.15.21), Liberty Bell, President’s House, Belmont Mansion, & Historical Society of PA. (5.17.21), African Burial Grounds (5.21.21), Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence (5.28.21), Gerrit Smith Estate (5.31.21), Harriet Tubman Residence (6.02.21), African American Heritage Corridor (6.19.21), Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center (6.20.21).
Welcome the walkers at The Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence on Friday, May 28!
The FreeTHEM Walk – May 3 – June 19
The FreeTHEM Walk (www.thefreethemwalk.com) is an initiative by human trafficking restoration home, Project Mona’s House (https://www.projectmonashouse.com), and the FreeTHEM Center (Free Them Center) headquartered in Buffalo, NY. Project Mona’s House and The FreeTHEM Center are U.S. locations for international Christian humanitarian organization RAMP Global Missions. Together, our programs help people who are hurt, exploited, undereducated and impoverished.