NOT HERE Presents:  The Governor’s Summit on Human Trafficking

November 12 & 13, 2015

The Countdown: 89 days remaining

August 4th began our 100 day countdown leading up to The Governor’s Summit on Human Trafficking in Maine. Over these 100 days, we will be sharing a fact, a resource, or a perspective each day, to raise awareness, encourage discussion, and inspire action against injustice, both domestically, and globally.



Today’s Featured Perspective: A Photographer Confronts Trafficking

Lisa Kristine is a humanitarian photographer who tells stories and inspires action through the artistic medium of photography. Through her collaboration with Free the Slaves, she has captured the horrors of trafficking and bonded labor in images that demand attention. 


Do YOU want to KNOW more?  

Watch the TedxMaui talk:    Illuminating the World of Modern-day Slavery


Are YOU a photographer, artist, film maker or musician? Would YOU like to use your skills to shine a light on human trafficking and inspire action against injustice? Send us an email at, and ask about opportunities to display your work at our events. 


Be a part of the movement that declares Not Here!  

We invite you to like us on facebook, follow us on twitter, and share these resources in your social networks to help us raise awareness that yes, human trafficking DOES happen in Maine AND around the globe, and EVERYONE needs to be involved to stop it. 



Looking for more information on The Governor’s Summit on Human Trafficking?
Stay tuned! Registration information for the Summit will be coming VERY soon!