CJ Human Trafficking Brown Bag

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Date: March 24, 2021
Time: 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Location: Virtual event
Category: Community

The Criminology and Criminal Justice department is hosting a brown bag Q&A event on Human Trafficking featuring survivor, advocate, author, and founder Alice Jay. After sharing her story in her novel Out of the Darkness (a survivor's story), she began hosting survivor lead workshops and mentorship programs. These programs offer free legal assistance and community resources for housing and trauma support. One of these programs is The Strive to Thrive Jail Diversion Program in Southwest Detroit, which offers specialty servives through the court such as case management, treatment, survior support groupds and mentoring. Join us to hear Alice's personal and professional account of human trafficking firsthand and get all your questions answered.

 All Criminal Justice majors/minors and anyone who is currently taking a criminal justice class (Winter 2021) that attend this event are eligible for entry in our raffle! The 5 winners will be announce during finals week!

Contact

Amairris Simmons

gb3786@wayne.edu

Cost

Free
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