Voices of Hope: Lessons Learned in the Fight to End Human Trafficking

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Voices of Hope: Lessons Learned in the Fight to End Human Trafficking - Feb. 5, 2013

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Voices of Hope: Lessons Learned in the
Fight to End Human Trafficking

In honor of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, join Safe Horizon, one of the largest direct-service providers for survivors of human trafficking in the U.S., and ArtWorks for Freedom for a compelling presentation and informative panel on the issue of human trafficking. The evening will showcase a photograph and dramatic monologue presentation, to be followed by a panel discussion with human trafficking experts and representatives from Safe Horizon's Voices of Hope survivor group.

Confirmed Presenters

Panel Moderator: Carol Robles-Román
Deputy Mayor for Legal Affairs and Counsel to Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg

Kay Chernush
Photographer and Director of ArtWorks for Freedom

Avaloy Lanning
Senior Director of Safe Horizon Anti-Trafficking Program

Carolyn Strudwick
Associate Vice President of Safe Horizon Anti-Trafficking Program
& Streetwork Project

Representatives from Safe Horizon’s Voices of Hope survivor group

Performance By:

Dawn Akemi Saito
Artist-in Residence at Fordham University at Lincoln Center and Contributing Artist at ArtWorks for Freedom

*Light Refreshments will be served after the event

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