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  • End Trafficking

    All of these are fantastic and so inspiring. Henry's project, Men for Consent, is a great example of men taking the initiative to start a conversation around sexual assault. For too long this has been looked at as a "women's issue" and women have been the ones activating around it. In reality, since men are usually the assaulters, it is a men's issue, and they need to be the ones taking the initiative to create change. Bravo to Henry and the men working with him to address this issue!

    Other organizations to check out are: Men Can Stop Rape, Man Up, Men's Violence Prevention Program, and A Call to Men.

  • Henry Hicks

    All of them have great credential.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I love the idea of Maps for Good and Food Shift. Imagine if they collaborated? There could be maps of food recovery locations all around the world. Thanks for sharing these changemakers. They're truly fantastic.