Local Coffee House Raising Awareness About Human Trafficking

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Updated: 4/14/2013 7:08 pm
    Millions of people are living as human slaves through human trafficking.

    Cairn Coffee House, a non-profit company in downtown Winchester, is taking the entire month of April to show that human slavery is still very much alive.

     Employees say they are "in it to end it," and want their customers join in on the fight.

     Patrons can purchase an "X" to go on the window and all of the baristia's tips are being donated to the effort too.

     Cairn Coffee House donations go directly to other anti-trafficking endeavors.

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