Perspectives Call In Radio Show – WFSU 88.9 FM

This panel on WFSU held on January 4th included Robin Hassler Thompson, Executive Director of Survive and Thrive Advocacy Center, Acting United States Attorney for the Northern District, Chris Canova (discussing the issue of human trafficking as well as the work of the Big Bend Coalition Against Human Trafficking), Chief of Investigations, Jeff Beasley with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office, and AmyLynn Harrington Smoot with the PorchLight, a survivor of human trafficking.

Learn some ways that interested residents can do their part in fighting human trafficking. Please click on link below to listen: http://news.wfsu.org/post/local-residents-encouraged-attend-months-human-trafficking-awareness-events

For more information please contact us.

See our 2018 January Events for Human Trafficking Awareness Month here.

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