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National Human Trafficking Awareness Day - January 11th

Join TheArchive as we put a thoughtful and intentional lens towards Slavery & Human Trafficking Awareness all month long, but especially today, as January 11th is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day here in the United States. Each year, the US Department of Homeland Security, in coordination with the US Department of State, seeks to bring awareness to the morally reprehensible crime of Human Trafficking with the #WearBlue Campaign, which invites the public to wear anything blue & tag themselves with #WearBlue on Instagram, X, or Facebook. US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken put the gravity of this worldwide problem into perspective with this statement, "Human Trafficking is a crime that deprives millions of people of their dignity and freedom. An estimated 27.6 million are currently victims of trafficking worldwide, and sadly, many of them are often hidden right in front of us. To properly tackle this crime, it will take a commitment from each of us to end human t

Can a Miracle Save the Children?

The horror of mass shootings is again on the rise as unprecedented levels of violence and unimaginable terror pervade our schools.  These acts are often perpetrated by people who are victims of their circumstances and can be largely undiagnosed.  But May is mental health awareness month and a time to reflect and to raise awareness of those living with mental health issues. This is a serious issue and one that can be conflated with mass shootings and human atrocity, often compromising the efforts millions take to improve their condition. In that spirit, we surfaced a very powerful movie from TheArchive called To Save the Children  starring Robert Urich and Richard Thomas and based on the true story and novel, "When Angels Intervene to Save the Children." This is the story of teacher Jake Downey who has relocated to a small town called Cokeville in rural Wyoming hoping to escape the urban problems of his last assignment. His myth of rural bliss is shattered when a former polic