ENOUGH. THE HUE JACKSON FOUNDATION FROM A FREE AGENT TO CHANGE AGENT.
Experienced Human Trafficking remediation and prevention efforts regularly monitor labor recruitment programs to protect workers from traffickers in areas where trafficking is most typically found. Therefore, extending the arm of the Hue Jackson Foundation and partnering with the ENOUGH. project is a natural progression. This allows us to lengthen the foundation’s focus on employment market practices of professional sports and why minorities are disproportionally represented in the leadership ranks. This complimentary alliance of purpose is a key facet of combining the work of ENOUGH. with the Hue Jackson Foundation’s current mission of advocating for the dignity of ALL people.
Initiating efforts to combat human trafficking often centers on disrupting and diminishing the coercive tactics used by human traffickers. The same over-arching goal undergirds this strategic partnership of ENOUGH. and the Hue Jackson Foundation. This new ENOUGH. project seeks to expand awareness, leverage expertise, and facilitate creative solutions to combat bias in hiring practices of professional sports.