Little Secret, Big Message
Article from Nicole Bromley’s 2012 visit to Charleston Southern University Nicole Bromley has been telling her story to high school and college students for more than a decade. Each time she shares her experience, without fail, someone comes forward to break his or her personal silence for the first time. “Every time it feels less and less like my story,” said Bromley. “I...
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the...– Margaret Mead
Child Abduction: Tips for Keeping Kids Safe
Friends, I am angry, grieved and just plain sick over the number of attempted and completed child abductions in our world. It is especially ripping at my heart tonight, knowing most often child abduction equals underage sex trafficking—children being forced into prostitution and child pornography. It is time we do more to stop this. We must work from both ends… eliminating the demand...
Breaking the Silence & Talking Grace in South...
Nicole spoke to approximately 1200 students at Charleston Southern University (SC) this week on the issue of sexual abuse, assault and trafficking. View picture slideshow here Big and powerful response from that campus with more to come as she reaches out to the community on Saturday. Nicole is the keynote speaker for their 2nd annual womens conference. This year Nicole will deliver two keynote...
The Super Bowl is the largest sex-trafficking event in the nation.– Indiana Attorney General, Greg Zoeller