Renaissance Movement Music to Fight Sex Trafficking With Sales from Christian Hip-Hop Album

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Hampton Roads, Virginia-based record label Renaissance Movement Music plans fund a safe house in South Africa with sales from an upcoming Christian hip-hop album.
This decision was inspired by a trip to Pretoria, South Africa, which interested donors can experience through RMM’s Will Thomas-edited documentary “Beyond Borders” below.

From RMM’s Kickstarter:
Safe House Project is a gospel hip hop album that will use 100 percent of its proceeds to build a place to protect elementary aged children from sex trafficking in Pretoria, South Africa.

On a recent trip to Soshanguve, Pretoria, Legin and Sinai of RM Music were exposed to the life saving work of Kerus Global toward elementary students, and to the very real dangers of sexual abuse and abandonment these young children face everyday. The Safe House Project is RMM’s response to protect these children.

With your help we will fund the album, which we are titling Safe House, and use 100 percent of its proceeds to build the actual Safe House for the children of Soshanguve, Pretoria. The album will be completed by the end of 2016 and released January 2017, as the children urgently need the Safe House completed.

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SOURCE: Rapzilla
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