November 5, 2017
8 months and 11 days since
the event.
Human trafficking is prevalent in every community, even ours.
In an effort to spread awareness on such a widespread issue, I wanted to organize an event that would bring the community together, united, under one cause. Through my own personal experience, I came to fully understand the dynamics of this form of oppression, and its impact on my life, and I have made it a priority to commit myself to help other become more aware as well.” – S.O., human trafficking survivor
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