" Eradicating Human Trafficking through Awareness and Prevention ! "

                              I would like to take a moment and introduce to you some of our members for xtrememeasureNYC .

                                                                   Join our team team of ordinary people doing extrodinary things

            October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. To spread awareness we have people writing Memoirs.

                                                                      On October 15th , we are wearing purple

   Join us !

some will be painting their hair purple to start the conversation

  online on facebook and twitter, and instagram



 Theresa M Racine

My Name is Theresa M Racine CEO of xtrememeasure.com, which was birthed in 1995. xtrememeasure.com
is now world wide known. Our group spreads from NYC to AFRICA. Our main fight is the horrific crimes of Human Trafficking.

But we don't stop there we deal with other abuses such as Domestic Violence,Teen Dating Violence, Child abuse, Missing Children
and bullying just to name a few. Our group is made up of activist who have that artistic flow. Whether it be through speaking, poetry, dance, music, even our lovely cooks.

We spread awareness through having events that will stay in the peoples hearts even after they leave. We also want to encourage people they too can use their gifting's to make a difference in just one person life.

I myself have accomplished so much in my own life, I am a survivor of child abuse/sexual abuse, and domestic violence. I also had my fair share in the world of pornography as well, if you want to take some time and read my story here is the link.

But my accomplishments as a survivor out weighs all the bad, because I am here to fight against all these crimes and perhaps make a difference in others who have not found their voice. I am a warrior on what I call the battlefield called life. My main goal in life is to create a world that people will find who they are, and spread awareness around the world. So those who have no voice can be empowered by those who have one.


 Shandra Woworuntu

Shandra Woworuntu originally from Indonesia, she is a survivor of human trafficking and domestic violence who gives her voice against Modern-day slavery. Shandra began her advocacy after she found her healing. As a survivor, she has many activities to educate and raise awareness in the community, churches, high schools, colleges, organizations and government agents, Shandra is also lobbyist who gives her voices to lobby legislation in Washington DC, with Freedom Network and Survivor National Network. 

Shandra involves in "Voices of Hope" survivor leadership at Safe Horizon, New York and National Survivor Network in United States, she collaborate her work with diverse survivors came from around the world, gender, age and human trafficking forms, sex and labor.

 She  also wants to give her voice to stop modern-day slavery. She said: " I can’t do it alone, give your voice to stop"Modern Day Slavery", the power of community will change the world"


 Shereen Fuller

 My name is Shereen Fuller and was born and raised in Belize City on July 26,1985. Moved to Los Angeles California at the age 14 years old. Then moved to new york in 2002 and graduated in 2004 from Walton High School. Move back to California ,From there attended Harbor College for liberal Arts. I have certificates in Diploma,Bar tending, Food protection, Tips, Pre - CNA, CPR, First Aid, Childcare,Natural Hair Styling, Security Guard, Eight Security, Fire Guard, Studio Productions, Field Productions. Yes! They call me jack of all treads and I call it multi talented .I am also a single mom of four beautiful kids 3 boys 7yrs ,3yrs , and a 2 months old and 1 girl 20 months. I ha

ve been through alot, maybe more than one can one imagine I am a victim of Domestic Violence, and survivor, residing in NYC without family support, have lived in the shelter system with my older son due to domestic violence , child abuse victim/ acs case, moved from one place to another after coming to the U.S, until able to find a stable home, got kidnap in L.A. Just to mention some of it.

I was able to survive all these struggles and plus being a single mom, I have found help in unexpected places and will love to share this and more resources with those who really needs the help. This is the reason I choose to use what ever giftings I have to eradicate abuse and Human Trafficking Shereen has a television show that you can view here or on bronx net.


Her last show was on "Domestic Violence," more to come she too will update, so you can view more of what she is up too. Shereen is also our media consultant. She takes care of all of our commercials and other media if you would like to have an interview on her show or work with xtrememeasure you can reach her at xtrememeasureactivist@gmail.com


                                                                                                               Press the above picture and join our Group

                                                                                                        Black and White Campaign on facebook and Other

Networks Join the Campaign



 What You Need to do to Join! Put on your best black and White look, Make A Sign With The Human Trafficking Hotline.

And share information on Human Trafficking.

To Be Active you must Activate.

By Doing This You Wear Black for the Darkness

and White Is The Light That Drives It Out.

Place this date on your calender  Join us for our Second Annual Black and White Affair



Human Trafficking Awareness Month.

January 11th is Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Join us for our campaign on facebook and other social media for Human Trafficking Awareness Month.

We want to thank everyone who attended our first Black and White Awareness affair in Manhatten what a success. We created  anthank-you page for all those who participated. We especially give a shout out and a big THANK-YOU to EVRNYC, Please go and use their facilities for your next event. http://www.evrnyc.com/ or just show up, great lounge, great food, and a fun place to just party.

We invite you to see what you missed, also the whole show will be on the Shereen Fuller Show in the Bronx. Last year our event was such a success, Its amazing when people who are on the same page gets together and make things happen. This year I am so excited January we are having our second Black and White Affair with our theme Fashion Save Lives. We are so exited because things are coming together.We are looking for makeup artist, models, and designers, and tons of helpers for the show,who know the internet social networkers we need you.  You can email xtrememeasureactivist@gmail.com and I would love to reach out to you.

We are looking forward to our next event in January. More to come in the soon.















**If you are in a dating relationship that feels threatening, uncomfortable, tense, or even frightening, trust your feelings.

Reach out to a trusted adult or call the 24-hour, toll-free, all-language New York City Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-621-HOPE (4673) or the multi-lingual Youthline at 800-246-4646 to speak to a trained advocate.

Victims of abuse who have been sexually assaulted should also call the Rape/Sexual Assault/Incest Hotline to speak with a trained advocate at 212-227-3000.


I especially feel for children, who cannot defend themselves. I think it is a great evil for an adult to take advantage of children, ESPECIALLY of those, who have no protectors like devoted parents or other adults of authority, i.e., teachers, police officers, etc watching their backs. They, through no fault of their own, are the most vulnerable. May God's justice be swift and to the fullest extent of His law to those who do children harm. 

 This scripture comes to mind when I think of those who would abuse children in any way. (Matthew 18:6) "If anyone causes one of these little ones--those who believe in me--to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea."~Ofelia Flores Phillips

PRAY FOR OUR TEENS AND EDUCATE THEM ABOUT VIOLENCE  ~Jackie Joaquin-Farley                        

Impossible is nothing possible is everything I wear red and purple in honor of those who have been harmed in abusive relationships and sought help. we strive to support those who NEED A VOICE.~Eizan Wallace


Theresa, it's been an issue for years and years amongst our youth & it's getting worse. I have seen it for myself.  It's everywhere & it is finally coming to light...In colleges, there r so many rapes, abuses that have taken place but go unreported ("swept under the rug") per say just to protect the College's Reputation & Name (good ole' mighty $$$$$$). And of course ppl. are "UNCOMFORTABLE" taking about this issue. They feel a certain loyalty, fear or they me have been brought up with this mindset of "Nobody needs to know what goes on behind closed doors"...BS!!!!!!!! Domestic, physical, emotional, & verbal abuse at home. All types, all races, all economic classes, all genders, all ages... even within our Military. Elderly community, included!!!! Education on Preventing.Violence is key, stopping the vicious cycle b/c the majority of the time it starts with their childhood & if not dealt with properly it will manifest itself into their adulthood hence allowing them to get "abused" by others.might I also conclude that children whom are products of abuse may also become the "abusers"..c where I am going with this??? one word, "BULLIES". (ppl. need to open their minds).~ Carolina Corona


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