As an author and activist for human rights, I have a strong passion when it comes to human trafficking, particularly when it affects children and young women.
I offer readers the opportunity to help expose this criminal activity by requesting that I donate a copy of my book, SEE ME NOT, to any NGO, nonprofit, school library, local library or other institution of their choosing. There is no cost to you - the donor - just a little compassion and empathy for those locked behind doors.
SEE ME NOT is a story inspired by an actual six year old girl we encountered on the streets of Calcutta, India, where she lived in a trench, homeless, while taking care of her one-year-old brother. I soon discovered that abandoned children, like her, were easy targets for sharks who preyed on such - that is, drug pushers and sex-traffickers, and that modern-day slavery is an epidemic in the world today.
The book was intended as an ambassador to spotlight human trafficking, and as a voice for those caught in the web of human traffickers.
Your action and care can help save children, young girls and adults from slavery and sexual exploitation.
See Me Not - one man faces human traffickers to save a girl