Mission Save Her
Mission Save Her was created to educate international communities about human trafficking while also saving girls, all over the world, from its clutches.
In India, a woman is raped every 22 minutes. In Canada, 1 out of every 17 women have been raped. In the U.K. 1 in 5 women have experienced some sort of sexual violence since the age of 16. And here in the U.S., every 2 minutes, someone is sexually assaulted. Mission Save Her was created to help bring awareness to gang rape and human trafficking all over the world.
It was created after Reggie Benjamin, whose family heralds from India, heard about two young women who were raped and hung in India. Benjamin connected with the family and India’s Parliament to help bring awareness to their plight; he also delved into the country’s rape and trafficking statistics and was horrified. He reached out to his celebrity friends, including childhood pal Eric Benet, to help Benjamin on his mission to lower these statistics and make the world a safer place for women to live in.
All over the world there are females, of all ages, that don’t have a voice; women, alone and in silence, who are forced to face a reality more horrifying than any fiction.
No one wants to imagine those they love being abused, kidnapped, or raped. However, for these women, there are social injustices that are ongoing and far worse than what is imaginable. Somewhere, someone’s daughter is being sold as currency and forced into sexual slavery. Somewhere, someone’s mother is being publicly hanged. Somewhere, someone’s wife is being murdered.
Such social injustices are a disease that will spread if there is no cure. In America, there are those who say “let’s focus on our own problems,” however, the social injustices occurring to some women are problems in our own world-wide backyard.
We are the world, and need to take our world back. We need to reach out to these women who have no place to turn and make it very clear to those who hurt these women, that we will not tolerate these social injustices and abuses. We need to come together as a world-wide community to vanquish the social injustices and abuses these women experience.
Please join us in saving our girls. This isn’t a movement – it is a necessity. All girls, all over the world, should feel and be safe from rape and human trafficking. The hand sign for STOP is universal in all languages; show your support by posting a #saveher #stop Thank you!