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Who are we helping

Stop Human Trafficking

A percentage of our proceeds will go to Saving Innocence.  Human trafficking is the business of stealing freedom for profit. In some cases, traffickers trick, defraud or physically force victims into providing commercial sex. In other cases, victims are lied to, assaulted, threatened or manipulated into working under inhumane, illegal or otherwise unacceptable conditions. It is a multi-billion dollar criminal industry that denies freedom to 24.9 million people around the world.  

How Saving Innocence works -

Law enforcement has the first point of contact with the child survivor.  Saving Innocence is contacted and within 90 minutes a Saving Innocence advocate responds along with Child Welfare and Probation.  The child survivor is transported to the hospital.  Clothes and food are provided, and the child survivor is taken for a medical exam. Through it all Saving Innocence gives support and encouragement.  The Saving Innocence advocate ensures that a safety plan and housing is in place for the child survivor.  There is potentially nine months of support with time, love, support and beyond.  Saving Innocence also supports the child through testifying against trafficker.  Saving Innocences offer Life Skills,  Community Connections,  Celebrations,  and Empowerment Events.  

Saving Innocence also offers an extensive advocacy course to become educated in working with commercially sexually-exploited children (CESC). 

You can find out more about all of the ways they are helping our youth by going to

  1. Trafficking primarily involves exploitation which comes in many forms, including: forcing victims into prostitution, subjecting victims to slavery or involuntary servitude and compelling victims to commit sex acts for the purpose of creating pornography.
  2. According to some estimates, approximately 80% of trafficking involves sexual exploitation, and 19% involves labor exploitation.
  3. There are approximately 20 to 30 million slaves in the world today.
  4. According to the U.S. State Department, 600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficked across international borders every year, of which 80% are female and half are children.
  5. The average age a teen enters the sex trade in the U.S. is 12 to 14-year-old. Many victims are runaway girls who were sexually abused as children.
  6. California harbors 3 of the FBI’s 13 highest child sex trafficking areas on the nation: Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego.
  7. The National Human Trafficking Hotline receives more calls from Texas than any other state in the US. 15% of those calls are from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
  8. Between 14,500 and 17,500 people are trafficked into the U.S. each year.
  9. Human trafficking is the third largest international crime industry (behind illegal drugs and arms trafficking). It reportedly generates a profit of $32 billion every year. Of that number, $15.5 billion is made in industrialized countries.
  10. The International Labour Organization estimates that women and girls represent the largest share of forced labor victims with 11.4 million trafficked victims (55%) compared to 9.5 million (45%) men.
  11. Globally, the average cost of a slave is $90.




End systemic racism

Fight For Equality

On August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his "I Have A Dream" speech in Washington. He called for civil and economic rights and to end racism. Martin Luther King Jr. passionately spoke and said, "I say to you today, my friends, though, even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up, live out the true meaning of its creed: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal."
We, at Skylar Morgan, are dedicated to continuing to carry out his dream. Systemic Racism needs to end. There are myriad ways to educate yourself through books, articles, movies and social media as your call-to-action.
Systemic racism are systems in place that create and maintain racial inequality in all facets of the lives of people of color. This should not exist. Systemic racism creates disparities in many success indicators like the racial wealth gap, bank loan approvals, inequality in the criminal justice system, employment opportunities and salary disparities, housing insecurity, including homelessness, affordable and quality health care, available and affordable proper education and political agendas.
All of these aforementioned practices have enforced segregation, bred resentment and hate.
This needs to change. There are human beings' lives at stake literally every day.
We are donating a percentage of our sales to The Equal Justice Initiative.
The Equal Justice Initiative (EJI), founded by Bryan Stevenson, Esq. in 1989 is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, to challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.
Bryan Stevenson, Esq. is also the bestselling author of "Just Mercy." EJI is a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides legal representation to people who have been illegally convicted, unfairly sentenced, or abused in state jails and prisons. They challenge the death penalty and excessive punishment and they provide re-entry assistance to formerly incarcerated people.
EJI works with communities that have been marginalized by poverty and discouraged by unequal treatment.
The Equal Justice Initiative is committed to changing the narrative about race in America and so are we.