Our Work

 

Disrupt Sex Trafficking (2017)Girlfriend for Sale.

Available in all Shades and Genders.

For some, slavery is an after school activity.

Developed in consultation with survivors of human trafficking.  This campaign is supported by Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley.  Creative Team: Genice Jacobs (Writer/Producer), Karen Straus (Art Director).

Protect Oakland Kids (2014)

Abolitionist Mom produced these outdoor campaigns to raise awareness of child sex trafficking for the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office.  In 2014 and 2015, our billboards made more than 100 million impressions in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles and San Diego Counties and were recognized by the US Department of Justice and in the US House of Representations.

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Credits: Suzanne Boutiller (Creative Director), Jed Davis (Art Director), Genice Jacobs (Producer).  Photo Credit: Tom Page.

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Credits: Suzanne Boutiller (Creative Director), Jed Davis (Art Director), Genice Jacobs (Producer)

Protect CA Kids (2015)

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Credits: Genice Jacobs (Producer/Creative Director), Nancy O’Malley (Writer) Photo credit: Eric VonGeldern

No Traffick Ahead Superbowl Campaign (2015) 

Radio RSAs

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Creative Team: Genice Jacobs, Nola Brantley, Vanessa Russell, Regina Evans

Documentaries

Abolitionist Mom is proud to have helped produce California’s Forgotten Children and KTOP TV’s award winning documentary Bought & Sold: Sexually Exploited Children on the Streets of Oakland.