Lisa Babbitt of Love Never Fails receives one blue marble.
The Blue Marbles Project: Lisa Babbit (2014)
Lisa Babbitt of Love Never Fails receives one blue marble.
<div>One blue marble for Lisa Babbitt at "Celebrating Girls Who One Day Will Influence the World," tea and conversation hosted by The Friends of the Commission on the Status of Women. Lisa was representing Love Never Fails, a Bay Area a non-profit organization dedicated to the rehabilitation, education and protection of youth involved or at risk of becoming involved in domestic sex trafficking. Vanessa Russell founded Love Never Fails two years ago after her teenage dance student was assaulted, enslaved, and finally, freed. Vanessa was shocked to discover how many underage girls in the Bay Area were being sold in the area where she searched for her student.</div><div>In 2014, the #BringBackOurGirls campaign to free more than 200 young women abducted by Boko Haram was on everyone's minds. At the conclusion of the program, all participant shared in a moment of silence, sending our love to the young girls who were missing in Nigeria.</div>
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