Ursuline College Presents:
A Panel Discussion on
Monday, March 23, 6 - 8 PM
Klyn Hall (Ursuline Educational Center)
Human trafficking is a devastating practice that destroys the lives of some the most vulnerable and marginalized persons in our society. Although most of our panelists have been working on the issue of human trafficking for years, it’s only recently that the general public has realized that trafficking is a local human rights issue, not just a problem in faraway countries. Come not only to learn more about this injustice, but also ways to help end it. The panelists will be sharing both general and practical information about trafficking, and highlighting local initiatives and efforts to combat it.
Christen DuVernay – Director of Programs at the Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio
Dr. Mary Ellen Dale – Clinical Director: Bellefaire JCB Homeless & Missing Youth
Sr. Anne Victory – The Collaborative to End Human Trafficking
Teresa Stafford – Project Star at the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center
Elaine Geller – National Council of Jewish Women, Cleveland Section
Theresa Johnson – Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority
The event is free and open to the public. A dessert reception to follow the panel discussion.
For more information please contact Mary Frances Pipino at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440 646 8112.
Please RSVP to email@example.com or 440-646-8110.
Event sponsored by Ursuline Studies and WEAV (Women’s Education Advocacy and Value)