Move to End Human Trafficking
In honor of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, join us this January for a month of awareness to end human trafficking.
How to get involved?
1. Wherever you are, walk, run, and cycle this January to raise awareness about human trafficking in your community. Share your miles completed on social media with the hashtag #MovetoEndHT
2. Pledge $ for someone you know participating this January, or follow Dr. Sandra Morgan on her goal of completing 100 miles in January to raise awareness about human trafficking.
3. Listen and learn about human trafficking by tuning into 31 days to end human trafficking with the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. Be sure to follow us on all our EHT Podcast platforms to stay up to date!
Boys Documentary Screening
January 11, 2022 | 6:00-8:00pm | Vanguard University
Men and boys throughout the United States fall victim to modern-day slavery and are forced to sell their bodies for sex. While the movement of sex trafficking has brought significant awareness to female victims of trafficking, males have been starkly overlooked. Boys Documentary tells the narrative of male sex trafficking through the voices of four brave men and a collection of allies who stand with them in solidarity. RSVP here!
Human Trafficking Forum
February 5, 2022 | 10:00-11:30am | Vanguard University
Join us for a discussion on human trafficking trends with John Cotton Richmond, Former US Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons for the US Department of State and current partner at Dentons’ Federal Regulatory and Compliance Practice.
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Ensure Justice: How Are Our Children?
March 4-5, 2022 | Vanguard University
This year’s conference will focus on building wellness, support, and resilience for our youth and community as we continue to navigate the changes in anti-trafficking efforts post-pandemic. Who should attend? Students, educators, social workers, victim service providers, law enforcement, parents, faith-based practitioners, health care providers, and community members.
Listen to Ep. 264: How Are All the Children? to learn more!