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Human Trafficking

In early 2012, Average Advocate started the Little Black Dress Project (LBD.Project). In 2019 we rebranded into Blackout Trafficking, a 501c3 non-profit to help everyday people do something about human trafficking. 

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Our Tenth Anniversary with #BOT2021: Faith, Hope & Love

Our Tenth Anniversary with #BOT2021: Faith, Hope & Love

We believe everyone should be free! This is the TENTH year since I started Blackout Trafficking (formerly the Little Black Dress Project). Over these ten years, we've raised just shy $100K for anti-trafficking organizations, mostly the little guys (whom I am...

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The Old TOMS Shoes

The Old TOMS Shoes

My old TOMS shoes have empowered me become someone, have carried me unique places, have served me best in one specific way, and are evidence of one fact. Check it out.

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The Ordinary and Extraordinary little black dress

The Ordinary and Extraordinary little black dress

Last month, before Coronavirus took over in all its attention-needing glory, I wrote a piece for the online magazine, Grit and Grace Project. Thanks to COVID-19, it got lost in the shuffle for both of us, but even though it is a little later for you to join Blackout...

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Awareness of Trauma Within the Church to Overcome It

Awareness of Trauma Within the Church to Overcome It

No one really likes to talk much about trauma (like abuse or trafficking), including the everyday people who make up Christian churches. However, this can't continue. Why? There are hurt individuals coming to the Church for healing from trauma. There are already many...

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