International Justice Mission - Kent Campus Chapter
IJM, a global human rights organization, brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression - proving that "justice for the poor is possible." IJM works with local governments to secure immediate victim rescue, survivor aftercare, perpetrator accountability, and to ensure that public justice systems effectively protect the poor.
There's an estimated 30+ million people in slavery today who suffer from everyday violence. Our campus chapter exists to bring these millions into the light, advocate for victims of oppression, and engage in the work of justice both globally and locally. We, as a campus chapter, hope to foster a culture on Kent State's campus that is passionate about caring for the vulnerable.
Thursday Evenings | 7-8pm | 3rd Floor Student Center
Students become members simply by showing up to our meetings and expressing a sincere interest to join in the adventure of loving a world that needs hope and freedom.