Human Trafficking Awareness Week: Be the Generation that Ends Modern-Day Slavery
While slavery was abolished 150 years ago, there are more people enslaved by human trafficking today than at any other time in history.
To increase awareness of this international issue, the Multicultural Association for Pre-Health Students (M.A.P.S.) is hosting free events open to the entire NSU community in support of Annual Human Trafficking Awareness Week, January 11–15, 2016.
Information Table | January 11–15 | noon–1:00 p.m. | Don Taft University Center
Expert Speakers | January 13 | 5:30–7:30 p.m. | Carl DeSantis Building, Knight Auditorium
Speakers will include:
- Brianna Black Kent, Ph.D., and Sandrine Gaillard-Kenney, Ed.D. | College of Health Care Sciences
- Jumorrow Johnson | Victims Advocate from the Plantation Police Department
- Tisha Pierre | Regional Human Trafficking Coordinator for the Southern and Southeast Region
- Corey Steinberg | United States Attorney
For more information on Human Trafficking Awareness Week at NSU, email firstname.lastname@example.org.