On June 22nd, we boarded a bus with 33 individuals from all over the Bay Area to catch a vision for where the anti-trafficking movement is going in the Bay Area, and what roles we have to play in this important work of standing against injustice. One of the unique strengths of the BAATC is the extensive anti-trafficking network that we are building in order that together we can do more than we can apart, and maximize our collective impact in our effort to Delete_Slavery. The one day bus tour that we call the "Do It Justice Vision Trip" is an opportunity for individuals to connect first hand with the crucial and diverse work that many people are doing locally, from prevention to intervention to aftercare. In this like-minded traveling community, we can spend the day sharing our learnings, ideas and experiences to synergistically move deeper into the anti-trafficking fight. I am always inspired to hear the stories of some of our local abolitionist heroes, and I was particularly impacted by the opportunity to hear of the work that Love Never Fails does to reach out to women and girls on the streets of Oakland, while we actually stood on International Boulevard where every week they meet girls who are living this nightmare firsthand. I am continually reminded of what a privilege it is to work alongside such amazing partners with a common goal of a Slave-Free Bay Area and beyond.