New Mexico Organized Against Trafficking Humans
(NM-OATH) raises public awareness
about human trafficking
through
"Healthy World,"
the NM-OATH Information
Center
and Birgit LaMothe Research Library.

The creative wood products of
Real Wood Works provide a warm, elegant, organic atmosphere, interweaving creative sustainable solutions to social and environmental exploitation. NM-OATH works through the performing and fine arts to raise awareness about human trafficking.

Healthy World News

  • Government Contractors Shame America She prayed for something better, and the answer came: a luxury job making five times what she made in her native Fiji.  And so, little Vinnie Tuivage took the bait ...
    Posted Aug 5, 2012, 12:09 PM by Susan Travis
  • Charring the Psyche – the Wounds of Slavery The Little Bear Fire has taken our crown jewel . . . but the good news is that, eventually, we will get it back. The other good news is that this is NOT ...
    Posted Aug 5, 2012, 12:05 PM by Susan Travis
  • Dr. Janet Arrowsmith Receives Award from NM Medical Society Recently, NM Medical Society officers presented their 2012 Community Service Award to Dr. Janet Arrowsmith for her service to NM Organized Against Trafficking Humans (NM-OATH).  The Albuquerque meeting was ...
    Posted Aug 5, 2012, 11:44 AM by Susan Travis
  • Up With People Alumnae Form NM-OATH Performing Arts Initiative For some of us, life-altering adventures unfold with greater force and frequency than for others, often twisting back to unexpectedly re-touch our lives. In 1982, I traveled with ...
    Posted Dec 29, 2011, 10:56 AM by Susan Travis
  • Free Sara Kruzan Last month, while on a trip to La Jolla to an anti-human trafficking conference, I met the aunt of a killer. It was a bone-chilling experience, but for ...
    Posted Nov 22, 2011, 2:49 PM by Susan Travis
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