National Human Trafficking Awareness Month


We’re past a one year point since individuals began becoming infected with the COVID-19 virus. At the onset of the pandemic, while it was not publicly stated, individuals were gravely ill with flu-like, yet worse symptoms and began dying in increasing numbers in the Fall/Winter of 2019. Many believed that the deaths were related to respiratory issues. 

With the uncertainty, many of us found ourselves seemingly in a traffic roundabout forgetting ALL the rules and common courtesies,  in respecting the health of others when you’re ill. As a result, over 600,000 individuals have transitioned from the COVID-19 virus thus far. 

Imagine if you’re handling mental health challenges and changes that have a huge impact on your functioning. All of this in addition to the rapid and almost daily changes for social distancing rules and regulations presented an urgency for a need for comfort! As a result, Emerging Young Leadership, Inc. saw a need to continue providing the much-needed support services per its organization’s mission. 

Without a will and a way, we could not have accomplished our goals to continue our seminars, support groups, and training on much-needed information like Human Trafficking. Monday, January 11, 2021, is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. 

#WearBlueDay encourages the public awareness to the international color of human trafficking 

Please post photos of yourself, or with friends, family, or colleagues, on social media with #WearBlueDay to raise awareness of this heinous crime. Thank you for your support. 



A heartfelt thank you to the following businesses and organizations for their support:

MiSTER B by Anthony Broughton

Accessories by Stephanie

Young People Travel Global Edge

Stephanie’s Boutique(Vallejo, CA)

Joy in a Jar by Joy Jackson

Stephanie Zachary Avery
Traci Lynn Jewelry 

Seemab Mirza


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