The 2019 Demand Change Project

A Call to Action

 Friday March 8, 2019
Registration 8:00am-9:00am
Union Depot St.Paul, MN

The Breaking Free Demand Change Project brings together local, national, and international leaders and experts in the anti-human trafficking movement for an interactive conference to end the demand for commercial sex.

Political leaders, law enforcement officials, public health representatives, faith community leaders, survivors, and service providers will learn about new and progressive ways to handle the demand. Breaking Free will showcase the Mens Breaking Free restorative justice program and will involve the audience with active participation. The afternoon promises dramatic insight to sex trafficking of Indigenous women in our region. As a survivor-led organization we are excited to display our interactive art called "The Cocoon" and we will be featuring the jewelry made by survivors at our boutique which will also be available. Several of our staff and clients have authored books which will also be on-site for purchase and signing.

Click here for the full conference info packet and agenda.

Are you interested in sponsoring Demand Change? Click Here.

Conference Registration Pricing

1-Day Conference Pass: (includes all featured speakers, lunch, & debriefing/connecting/reflecting): $89

There will be no refunds for conference cancellations after February 15, 2019.

Sponsor a Conference Attendee

Would you like to help a survivor of sex trafficking/exploitation, woman of color, student, or senior citizen to attend Demand Change? Click on the option on the registration page that will allow you to sponsor a conference attendee.

To apply for a scholarship please click here


Breaking Free was established in October 1996, by Vednita Carter, Founder, as a non-profit organization serving women involved in systems of abuse, exploitation, and prostitution/sex trafficking. In the fall of 2016 Terry Forliti was appointed by Vednita Carter and the Breaking Free Board of Directors as the new Executive Director.Phone: 651-645-6557
Address: P.O. Box 4366, St. Paul, MN 55104