'Rock Against Trafficking' Uses the Power of Music to End Human Trafficking

"Synchronicity II" - Neal Schon, Arnel Pineda and Steve Smith (Rock Against Trafficking) from Planet Ten on Vimeo.

I don't consider myself "naive" per se, however I have to admit I did not know the depth of the problem of human trafficking.

Yes, I have heard of, and read various horror stories about human trafficking scattered through-out my years, but it wasn't until I stumbled upon "Rock Against Trafficking" that made this crisis stick to my inner conscience even more so.

Last week, I posted a video of Journey covering The Police song "Synchronicity II" and was blown away by the version they did, but what hit me harder was the depth and the extent of this horrible act of human slavery, in 2018 no less. Of course this has been going on long before this year. It just stuns me that this actually happens and at this extent.

Rock Against Trafficking can shed some more details on this and the wonderful reaction that various musicians and artists are taking to help raise awareness and help put an end to this dispicable act.

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