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Tenth Avenue North Premieres "For Those Who Can't Speak" Music Video

Today, in honor of Human Trafficking Awareness Day, Tenth Avenue North premiered the official music video for their song "For Those Who Can't Speak" which features a city skyline illuminated with the hashtag "#SlavesNoMore" for all to see.  At the beginning of 2015, on the World Day of Peace, Pope Francis pronounced the theme of the year to be "Slaves No More, but Brothers and Sisters."  

Besides making great music, Tenth Avenue North have been huge advocates of IJM and our friends at Compassion International, and we love what they're doing to rally people in the fight to end modern day slavery and human trafficking.

Watch the music video below:

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