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Glendene Grant with abolitionists Stan Burditt and Jenny Lee

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Join me tonight with 2 special guests - both Canadians like me and both abolitionists, also like me!  

Stan Burditt with MAST - Men Against Sex Trafficking and 

Jenny Lee with Alliance for Action _________________________ 

Stan Burditt is the founder of MAST – Men Against Sexual Trafficking.  He is also treasurer of the London Anti-Human Trafficking Committee and is a realtor in London, Ontario.   The key mandate of MAST is to raise awareness about the heinous crime of sex trafficking and to reduce the demand side of the sex trade.  

MAST was inspired by the obvious under-representation of men at human trafficking awareness events.  Since sexual trafficking is a men’s issue, Stan extends a personal challenge to men and youth everywhere to join together to show respect for women, educate themselves about the problem and to fight against the demand side of sex trafficking and the exploitation of those who are vulnerable and not involved by choice. ______________________

Jenny Lee is an elementary educator in Kingston, Ontario and a member of Alliance for Action, advocating to end human trafficking. She is the Ontario representative for Chab Dai Canada as well as a member of the Ontario Coalition for an anti-human trafficking task force, and have also hosted events to support Ratanak International and their work in Cambodia against trafficking and child sex exploitation. This summer, she will be an intern at International Justice Mission Canada in London, Ontario focusing on education and mobilization of churches, youth, schools, family, and university chapters.