A group of modern-day abolishonists continued their crusade against slavery and human-trafficking by holding a rally at Jefferson High School on Jan. 18, according to a report on North Jersey.com.
The project actually started over two years ago, under the direction of middle school social studies teacher Dan Papa. Papa continues to steward the program, which has grown out into the community at large.
Project Stay Gold is a student movement to help abolish modern-day slavery and human trafficking in the world. Since launching their website, the students have .
One of the speakers at the rally Jan. 18 was Lynne Wilson from the Department of Homeland Security. Wilson invited the students to visit her in the Homeland Security office in Newark, the report said.