Presented by the Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking Coalition in collaboration with Missouri River Regional Library
Tuesday, April 8, 7-9 pm
Missouri River Regional Library: 214 Adams Street, Jefferson City
Featuring a multimedia program on the crime of modern slavery in sexual exploitation and forced labor reported in all 50 states and nearly every country in the world. Victims are domestic and foreign born of all ages and all different backgrounds. Who are traffickers and buyers, and what are the many forms trafficking takes in local Missouri communities? What can you do to make a difference?
Don’t miss this illuminating program facilitated by Coalition Co-chair Nanette Ward and featuring:
Christine McDonald -human trafficking survivor, advocate, author of Cry Purple
Crystal Midkiff -director of Mustard Seed Fair Trade
Educational Video and Materials
Fair Trade Display
Free and open to the public.
Recommended for mature teens, parents of young children or youth, and adults working or volunteering in any of these areas – schools, child welfare, social services, health care, churches and other faith-based groups, children and youth programs, organizations serving at-risk populations, and law enforcement.
Description: Proceeds go to the Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking Coalition and F.R.E.E. International. Funds go to assisting survivors of trafficking in Missouri for such needs as housing, utility bills, phone and phone minutes, and other basic needs.