Art Against Trafficking: Alex ‘Revel’ Ruiz’s Incredible Mural
I am incredibly excited to highlight the work of an artist who is very dear to United Abolitionists – Alex “Revel” Ruiz. Alex has always been a dedicated advocate for our cause, using his extraordinary talent to raise awareness and funds for the fight against human trafficking.
Alex is a performance painter based in Orlando, Florida, and his stunning works come to life in mere minutes. His latest piece is a powerful testament to the resilience and strength inherent in every victim of human trafficking. This mural, inspired by the movie “Sound of Freedom,” is not just a work of art, but a battle cry against the rampant and growing problem of child slavery.
To demonstrate his commitment to our cause, Alex has decided to auction this painting, with all proceeds benefiting United Abolitionists. These funds will directly contribute to our mission to rescue and shelter trafficked women and children throughout the United States.
Art, in its essence, is a way of expression, communication, and transformation. Alex’s artwork has always mirrored these principles. His vibrant murals, while striking and engaging, also bring a powerful message of hope, courage, and defiance against the horror of human trafficking.
With each stroke, Alex tells a story – a story that shouts “#GodsChildrenAreNotForSale”. His work aligns perfectly with our vision at United Abolitionists, to combat the atrocity of human trafficking and ensure every victim can start a new beginning.
As we view his art, we are reminded of the power each of us holds to effect change, to bring an end to slavery, and to offer hope to those who need it the most.
Please join us in this endeavor. The auction link is available on Alex’s profile [@revelartist]. Your participation can help us make a significant difference in the lives of many.
Thank you for your continuous support, and thank you, Alex ‘Revel’ Ruiz, for your unwavering commitment to our cause.
Remember, together, we can fight human trafficking in our communities. We can stop this atrocity from happening to one more person.
With deepest gratitude,
Tomas Lares Founder, United Abolitionists
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