As the Price of Life moves forward

In September 2014, Christ Community Church partnered with Intervarsity Christian Fellowship to bring a week long social justice campaign to Omaha, NE. The purpose of the campaign was to unite leaders from the university, church community, business arena and political realm with local and international organizations on the front lines in the battle against human trafficking. Price of Life Omaha consisted of several diverse events to educate, challenge and inspire participants to get involved in a movement to end modern day slavery of labor and sex trafficking beginning here in the city. After a week of events, participants felt the need to create a long lasting movement in Omaha to combat the issue human trafficking for as long as it takes for it to end.

Our Mission

Price of Life Omaha exists to educate the community about human trafficking and mobilize individuals into action. Additionally, we seek to unify non-profits, churches, government agencies, and law enforcement to fight human trafficking in Nebraska and Western Iowa by facilitating strategic partnerships.

EDUCATION
Human Trafficking is always changing, growing, and looks different across the world. The Price of Life leadership team seeks to educate the Omaha community on the reality of human trafficking, what the issue looks like in our area, and how to respond. A series of “Traffick Schools” are held throughout the year with guest speakers, video clips, and statistical information to help educate the community. Check out our online training, which includes content from our last Traffick School.

A CALL TO ACTION
When becoming familiar with the issue of human trafficking, we hope you feel compelled to action. Price of Life Omaha exists to connect you with anti-trafficking events and volunteer opportunities within organizations throughout the community. Check out our calendar (coming shortly) of events for more information, or complete our volunteer intake form.

UNIFY THE VOICES
There are several phenomenal agencies in the community with their own unique part in the fight against human trafficking. Although each agency has its specific focus, Price of Life believes we can best tackle human trafficking with a unified voice. We support the Nebraska Against Trafficking Coalition, for more visit the coalition’s Facebook page

From the Blog

Read the latest posts from the Traffick Report

6 September

Prop is in the house tonight!

Tonight’s culminating event of the Price of Life campaign will feature opener Remedy Drive, speaker and founder of Price of Life, York Moore, and spoken word artist Propaganda.  Speaking of Propaganda, here are a few  links you can check out.  He’s an artist on the Humble Beast label. http://www.humblebeast.com/artists/propaganda/ Part of what you’ll feel right […]

4 September

Tonight: Benjamin Nolot, Bringing Social Change through Film

We’re pumped about film director Benjamin Nolot coming tonight to Omaha for Price of Life.  Tonight at 7:00pm we’ll attempt to pack out the Scott Conference Center on UNO’s South Campus with an intriguing presentation about the power of film and today’s abolitionist movement. Benjamin Nolot’s first project about sex trafficking called Nefarious has drawn wide […]

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