From victim to survivor.

Jennifer started Survivor's Ink following years of slavery. Survivor's Ink supports trafficking survivors by funding cover-up tattoos to replace slavery brands.


Photo by Almudena Toral for The Guardian


Introducing Survivor's Ink.

Survivor's Ink exists to raise awareness and to empower human trafficking victims by breaking the psychological chains of enslavement through beautifying, removing or covering their physical scars, markings and brandings that are constant reminders of a violent past.

Founded by trafficking survivor and formally branded woman, Jennifer Kempton, Survivor's Ink offers full scholarships to survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation to have their branding tattoo's covered or removed. 


Photos by Almudena Toral for The Guardian

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... a groundbreaking grassroots project... helping victims to turn brands into signs of hope.
— The Guardian Newspaper
... helping other women escape the marks left behind by trafficking.
— FOX 28

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*If you would like to be a Provider of tattoo de-branding, click below for qualifications and an application.