Justice Style

Posted: July 12, 2013 in Abolitionists, Awareness, Justice, Prevention

The issue of human trafficking is complex and often overwhelming. Many feel moved to action, but then wonder, how might I best plug into the cause? Well there is a helpful Online Tool, to assist advocates in understanding how they can fit in addressing injustice. iEmpathize (iE) is a child advocacy and media movement that works in the field while also inspiring culture to empathize and engage. They work in prevention, intervention, restoration, and advocacy. They share resources, such as this tool, that can assist you in understanding how you fit into the fight against injustice. Their Justice Personality Profile, is a simple and quick way to gain basic understanding on what kind of advocate you are.

   — Are you a a prevention, intervention, or restoration personality?
   — What historical activist or world-changer are you most relate to?

Take the survey and review the resulting profile which gives you a personality description, highlights efforts that match your personality, and suggests ways to engage that fit you. Then, once you understand the personality type that fits you best, consider matching your talents, skills and interests to one of our MAP initiatives or projects. Join a MAP Community Group to get engaged in local activities in your community that are addressing injustice. What ever your justice style, it takes all of us to end slavery.  Let’s do it together.

— Kathy Maitland, MAP SE Michigan Interim Executive Director


  1. aheecosh says:

    God Bless and indeed thank you. Reposting, repeating and sharing…

    Sincerely and with best regards,

    Richard A. Sands, Retired PI
    MIRRC Board Chair and President
    Michigan Rescue and Restore Coalition
    “Building Bridges, Building Community,
    Building Hope for Survivors of Human Trafficking,
    Community Awareness Campaign Projects”
    Cell: (734) 771-7251 Fax: (734) 281-4087
    Website: http://www.michiganrescueandrestore.com
    Follow us, MIRRC on: Twitter.com/BuildMIRRC
    Registered Office: 13162 Fordline Street, Southgate, Michigan 48195-2435
    MIRRC is a Michigan 501C3 non-profit organization committed to combating human trafficking in our cities, region and the entire state of Michigan. Executive Board: Elizabeth Johnson – Secretary, Carol Spennachio – Treasurer, Jake Vargo – Vice President; Board of Directors: Dr. Sabrina D. Black and Linda C. Allen. We meet monthly, please call for time and location. Get on the fast track to learning about being an abolitionist against trafficking in all forms and nature, engaging the community and impacting change in our State.

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