007: “Starting an Abolitionist Group in Your City” with Kimberly Yim (San Clemente Abolitionists)

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Kimberly Yim (Founder – San Clemente Abolitionists)
Kimberly is the author of “Refuse To Do Nothing: Finding Your Power to Abolish Modern Day Slavery” and founder of the San Clemente Abolitionists in San Clemente, California. Through local events, film screenings, and fundraisers, they work to educate and engage their local community to fight the injustice of human trafficking. Their focus is on tangible actions that everyday ordinary citizens can do right in their everyday life.

As you listen, you’ll have the opportunity to learn:

  1. How Kim started the San Clemente Abolitionists.
  2. 3-4 things you need to start a group of your own.
  3. What she wishes she would have know before starting.

Kimberly Yim
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San Clemente Abolitionists
Refuse to Do Nothing: Finding Your Power to Abolish Modern-Day Slavery
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  • Art Stine

    Listening to Kimberly Yim on how to start an abolitionist in group in YOUR town. Great stuff!!!

    • David Trotter

      Glad you enjoyed it. Spread the word about the podcast so that others can benefit.

  • Beth Kratochvil

    Kimberly’s interview was both enlightening and affirming. Our little organization, Cross Won Out, began in a similar fashion. Although at times it feels like we are groping in the dark, we have been able to help other organizations open homes for trafficking survivors. I like what Kimberly said, ” faithfully do the next step in front of you”.


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