Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one intimate partner against another.
Human Trafficking involves the commercial exchange and exploitation of humans, and is a growing problem worldwide, recently rising to the second most common criminal activity behind the illegal drug trade.
No More Tears provides immediate individualized assistance to victims of domestic violence through holistic services, bringing hope, happiness and healing to survivors.
No More Tears works for a world free of discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
I think it’s necessary for someone who has a platform to raise a voice for the voiceless.
– Somy Ali
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Did you know that Florida ranks 2nd in the nation for human trafficking? Since 2007, No More Tears has helped more than 30,000 victims of domestic abuse, human and sex trafficking start a new life, free from abuse.
Source: WPBF News 25 | Published: Jan 2019 PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — A former Orlando woman is getting help from No More Tears, a local charity for human trafficking victims, and speaking out about her ordeal to help others. “My abuse started at age 4,” said the...read more
Source: Boca Magazine | Published: Jan 2019 January marks the beginning of a new year, and it’s also Human Trafficking Awareness Month. While it’s an issue that should be discussed any time of the year, we tackled this issue and the ongoing legislative struggles to...read more
Before she became an activist against human trafficking and domestic violence, Somy Ali was paying her dues in Mumbai, India, working as an actor in 10 Bollywood films. And while glitz and glamour are synonymous with that colorful world, Ali witnessed many injustices and violence growing up in Pakistan and during her teenage years while working as an actress in India.read more