Matt Explores the Last 35 Years of Fighting Human Trafficking and the Highs and Lows of Humanitarian Work in more 40 Countries.

Please celebrate a milestone with us and help share this post with your friends: Matthew Friedman’s new Penguin book, WHERE WERE YOU?: A PROFILE OF MODERN SLAVERY, has been published and is now available worldwide.

Matthew says of his latest book:

In this memoir, I explore the early days of meeting modern slavery survivors and recount true stories of enslavement in Asia.

I recall painful moments that literally changed my life, reflect back on the different approaches to fighting human trafficking over the last 35 years, and give an account of the early beginnings of the fight against modern slavery before the phrase “human trafficking” was adopted.

As I reflect on the deeply personal lessons learned, my first and foremost goal for this book is to motivate more people to join me in helping to fight this global crime.

Please support Matthew by sharing his book #WhereWereYou with your corporate, school, and personal networks. 

This book is available on all major book channels including Amazon:

For the Book Synopsis and Author Bio, click HERE.

Book Endorsement from the extraordinary late U.S. Senator Max Cleland.