The Break These Chains Project focuses attention and educates the general public on the problems of human trafficking.


Rally Experience!

On Saturday, January 11, 2014, BREAK THESE CHAINS -- LIVE FREE partnered with local dance group, Culture Shock to bring awareness to the plague that is human trafficking. We staged a rally and flashmob at First Street Stage on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. We featured not just speakers but also live singing and dancing. Our chain bracelets were distributed to the crowd. We thank all those who came out to support our cause and hope to see you at the next event!!

On Saturday, January 10, 2015, BREAK THESE CHAINS -- LIVE FREE once again partnered with local dance group, Culture Shock to hold a RALLY on the First Street Stage at Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. The enhanced program featured a monologue about the deadly results of Human Trafficking, speakers who are directly responding to the Human Trafficking plague, a live band, our original song sung live, in addition to the dancers!! Our chain bracelets were distributed to the crowd. We thank Paula Francis of Channel 8 News Now for graciously emceeing the event, and all those who came out to support our cause and hope to see you at the next event!!


To Start a Movement we are:

Promoting and distributing Live Free bracelets. The bracelets attract attention and promote dialogs about human trafficking. Their unique orange design and size make an immediate statement. As the numbers grow, the message is sent that people will not ignore the exploitation of human beings.

To Support Victims we are:

Allocating the net proceeds from Live Free bracelet donations to law enforcement and non-profit agencies that are the front-line responders in the war against human traffickers. These agencies rescue victims from their abusers and provide a variety of services to assist victims in escaping human exploitation including temporary shelter and clothing, reunification with families, relocation to home states or countries and medical treatment.

The result — breaking chains of human bondage so the victims can “Live Free.”

Donations are funding programs and agencies that aid victims of trafficking. With each $10 donation comes a chain bracelet to wear to raise awareness. Initially, the events are targeting Southern Nevada and later will expand nationally and internationally.