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Page 10 of 15 11 B E Y O N D T H E S H E A R S "You may choose to look the other way, but you can never again say that you didn't know." —William Wilberforce area. Feedback from local nonprofits working with survivors has indicated a real need for a program like the Kate Korpi Academy. "A lack of alternative employment opportunities is one of the most serious barriers for people seeking freedom from a trafficker," says Mar Brettmann, PhD, executive director of Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking. The Justice and Soul Foundation continues to grow, thanks to fundraising efforts by salons across America, donations from salon supply manufacturers, and an annual fundraising event, Fashion SOULstice. This show with a silent auction will be held on March 24, 2018, and is set to be the biggest event yet with 16 salons participating from all across the greater Seattle area. Fairfax and Ebright dream of a Fashion SOULstice fundraising event in every major city, and with the generosity of the salon industry behind them, hopefully that dream is not far off. ■ Practice makes perfect at the Kate Korpi Academy. VISIT JUSTICE AND SOUL.ORG TO LEARN MORE

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