About the Price of Life

The Price of Life invitational is a social justice campaign coming to the Omaha metro the week after Labor Day, September 2 – 6. Its purpose is to unite leaders from the university, church community, business arena and political realm with local and international organizations on the front lines in the battle against human trafficking. The diverse events of Omaha Price of Life will educate, challenge and inspire participants to get involved in a movement to end the modern day slavery of labor and sex trafficking beginning here in the city. The voices and talents involved in this multi-layered initiative will bring the strength of a community approach in confronting a social injustice of global proportions.

Capping the event off on September 6 is a concert with Remedy Drive and Propaganda at the Sokol Arena on the Campus of Creighton University, more about the concert and tickets.

For more visit PriceOfLifeOmaha.com

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Sept. 2 6:30pm

The Omaha HUB

10599 Burt Circle, Omaha, NE, 68114

Sept. 6 6:30pm

Heartland House of Prayer

2801 5th Ave, Council Bluffs, IA 51501

Local Stats & Information



+ There are at least 2,000 people in Nebraska who are forced to work as prostitutes. This does not include those trafficked through Nebraska or those transported in for big events. (source: University of Nebraska at Lincoln)

+ Police believe more than 30 pimps are operating in the Omaha area with others constantly traveling in and out of the metro area. (source: FBI/KETV News)

+ The existence of Interstate 80 and Interstate 29 coupled with internet sex advertising makes the metro area vulnerable to trafficking; leading to the occurence of trafficking in Nebraska and Iowa on a regular basis. (source: Al Rikowski - Nebraska Human Trafficking Task force)

+ What was discovered by the task force was a flourishing sex trade in Nebraska. There is an apparent large demand which creates opportunity for large amounts of money to be made. (source: Nebraska Human Trafficking Task Force)

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+ An estimated 27 million people are held in slavery worldwide, meaning there are more slaves in the world now than were taken from Africa during 300 years of the trans-Atlantic slave trade. ((Source: A21)

+ The sale of human beings is the third largest illicit trade following drugs and weapons, however, it’s growing at a faster than both of these. Additionally, an estimated 50% of trafficking victims are children and 80% are women. (Source: A-21)

+ The average age of trafficking victims is 12-14. (Source: A21)

+ There are over one million children entering the sex trade every year. (Source: UNICEF)

+ A pimp can make $150,000-$200,000 per child each year and the average pimp has 4-6 girls. (Source: U.S. Justice Department, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children)

+ Human Trafficking is a $32 Billion/year industry, bringing in more revenue than the NFL, NBA, and MLB combined.

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