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Thu March 6, 2014
Human Trafficking & Labor Trafficking is a Growing Problem in North Carolina
North Carolina is one of the top states in the nation for human trafficking, or modern-day slavery. A High Point woman is partnering with a group of churches in Greensboro to bring more awareness about the issue.
They are holding a series of free events for the public, which includes guest speakers who have been directly impacted by human trafficking in the Triad.
Part III of the "Refuse to Do Nothing" Human Trafficking Education & Awareness Conference Series will take place on Saturday, March 22, 2014. WFDD’s
Keri Brown recently sat down with Natasha Sistrunk Robinson, the event's organizer, to learn more about this growing problem in the Tar Heel state.
The Saturday, March 22 event will be held at Daystar Church on Westover Terrace in Greensboro. The program will run from 9:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Part IV of the series will be held on Saturday, April 26, at Westover Church in Greensboro.
For more information: http://goo.gl/9mJPzI
Participants can register & print tickets at www.eventbrite.com
Robinson says a national human trafficking hotline, called Polaris Project is available to help victims and to provide more information for the community about the issue. The toll-free number 1-888-373-7888 or text BeFree (233733).
Follow WFDD's Keri Brown on Twitter @kerib_news