Activists with mouths taped shut take part in silent Newcastle city centre 'Walk for Freedom'

Activists with mouths taped shut take part in silent Newcastle city centre 'Walk for Freedom'
 

Campaigners took to the streets to make a stand against slavery and human trafficking.
More than 100 people joined forces in Newcastle as part of the worldwide ‘Walk for Freedom’.
Just days after Prime Minister Theresa May spoke out on the “shocking” numbers associated with human trafficking, a crime she referred to as “modern day slavery”, a group organised by members Hillsong Newcastle led a silent but powerful protest through the city.
As part of Saturday’s rally, involving more than 270 locations across the world, the activists partnered with an anti-human trafficking organisation - the... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 25
Source: Sunday Sun
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