Rotary District 7620 Forum on Human Trafficking will be held Saturday, March 11, 2017.  Rotarians and other interested community members are invited to learn more about this topic in Central Maryland and Washington, DC by interacting with organizations and individuals currently working to address this issue, to understand what can be done to end human trafficking, and to explore what Rotary might do to make a difference in the local communities we represent.  ANY ONE CAN ATTEND!

 

It is estimated 21 million people are victims of trafficking and forced labor worldwide.  About 25 percent of these are children.  Trafficking has been reported in every state in the U.S. and is occurring in District 7620.

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DISTRICT FORUM ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING

SATURDAY, MARCH 11

8:30am Registration Opens
9:30 am to 12:30 pm Beverages & Snacks

For Rotarians & Community Partners

College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center--
3501 University Blvd. East----Hyattsville, MD 20783

Registration Fee: $20 per person - Free Parking

Speakers working to end human trafficking include Senator Susan Lee, Michael Lyles, Prince George’s Human Relations Commission; Jeanne Allert of The Samaritan Women, Baltimore; Laura Ardito UMBC and UMD SAFE CENTER, Maryland Trooper Sgt. Debbie Flory, and Angela Spencer of the Frederick County Human Trafficking Task Force. Awareness is the first step to ending trafficking. LEARN about Slavery & LEAD in Stopping Trafficking.

 
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