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Posted on December 2, 2013 by Dawn Zimmer
The perils of human trafficking, widely reported in the news media and portrayed in popular culture in movies such as Taken, will be brought home the week of December 2, 2013 when the tales and perspectives of victims, rescuers and experts are featured through public forums and a documentary cosponsored by Mesa Community College (MCC).
MCC’s Human Trafficking Awareness Week will include presentations and panel discussions, workshops and multiple screenings of the documentary Not My Life. The Omicron Beta Chapter of MCC’s Phi Theta Kappa academic honors fraternity, Westminster College, Arizona Council for International Visitors, and the World Affairs Councils of America, are co-sponsors of Human Trafficking Awareness events.
WHEN: Monday, Dec. 2 through Saturday, Dec.7, 2013.
WHERE: Pollack Tempe Cinemas, 1825 E. Elliott Rd., Tempe, AZ, 85284, 7 p.m. screening of Not My Life, Monday Dec. 2.
Westminster College, Mesa Center for Higher education, 245 W. 2nd St., Mesa, AZ 85201, 7 p.m. reception kick-off and panel presentations, Tuesday Dec. 3.
StreetlightUSA will have an information table. Its mission can be summed up in three words: Stop Child Rape. It is a national leader in researching, assessing and piloting healing methods for girls 11-17 years of age.
WHY: According to the U.S. Department of Justice, the average age a girl enters the commercial sex trade is 12 to 14 years old; for boys, it’s even younger—just 11 to 13 years old. The Governor’s Task Force on Human Trafficking reported “due to the nature of the issue and the difficulty in victim identification, the state has very little data on the number of women and children victimized by human trafficking in Arizona.”
For Additional Information please contact Dawn Zimmer, MCC Coordinator of Media Relations, at 480-461-7892 or email@example.com.
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