64: The Global Center for Women & Justice Turns 10! [PODCAST]

The Global Center for Women and Justice is celebrating 10 years of research, achievements, and community engagement as we continue our mission to follow James 1:27: “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.” In this special episode of the Ending Human Trafficking Podcast, Director Sandie Morgan and Board Member Dave Stachowiak share history about our student scholars, the early years of the Center including the wonderful leaders who laid the foundation to focus on Women’s Studies at a Christian university, and how GCWJ has worked to fight human trafficking through community engagement and training.

A special thank you to the Vanguard University community for supporting GCWJ for the last 10 years!

And we want to thank you – our listening community! Thank you for your comments, encouragement, and support as we work together to end human trafficking and follow James 1:27’s call to practice true religion – looking after the orphans and widows.



Global Center for Women and Justice 10 Year Timeline

Global Center for Women and Justice 10th Anniversary Events

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  1. Pastor Emma White
    Pastor Emma White says:

    I was reading your post about foster care children and it brought me to tears. it is very difficult to believe that all the hard work that we do in America and abroad as missionary’s seem to be null and void. We fight in America for the rights of Children and families and we fight in East Africa, Asia, UK and other nations but the problem with human trafficking still continue.

    I am an advocate for the welfare of children in America and also I volunteer in East Africa for orphan and elderly widows, and abandon babies that are left on the road. but when i read about foster children be trafficked, it disturbs me very much.

    I will return to America in October of this year, may you find a way we can work together from Africa to America to keep this from continuing.

    They have found many containers on the ports of African & Asian countries with children inside of them, some still alive and some not.

    Pastor Emma White (American Citizen)

    Tanzania 255 754 696904
    America 240-232-5604

    I have also downloaded your podcast to view later.


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