With a Special Focus on Public Awareness and Community Action
1 to 3 p.m. Friday, July 19
United Church in Tallahassee, 1834 Mahan Drive
The program: Education is the number-one tool we have for ending human trafficking, but with so much misinformation out there, do you know the facts? Come and learn about the myths vs. the realities of human trafficking and the actions you can take as an individual and with your faith or civic groups to support anti-trafficking efforts.
Who should attend? Concerned parents, educators, clergy and parishioners, civic leaders, members of social service organizations, law enforcement and anyone who wants to learn more about human trafficking and its impact in our communities.
Robin Hassler Thompson, JD, MA, STAC executive director
Graciela Marquina, MSW, STAC victim assistance director
Mindy Conney, STAC board member
Rebeccah Lutz, owner, Rebeccah Lutz Content Strategy, LLC, and STAC communications
Joan Leggitt, chairman, Community Action Committee, United Church in Tallahassee
Upcoming training: This training is part of STAC’s monthly training offered in partnership with the Big Bend Coalition Against Human Trafficking on the third Friday of every month.