Please consider registering for this year’s Human Trafficking Conference that UNC Pembroke is offering on Wednesday, March 23rd, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on human trafficking. Judi Paparozzi was able to gather some of the country’s top experts on trafficking including the greatest pro-life congressman, Congressman Chris Smith, who wrote and sponsored the first federal legislation on this crime back in 2000. He has since authored/sponsored the five major federal laws on human trafficking including the International Megan’s Law and the Frederick Douglass Trafficking Victims Prevention and Protection Reauthorization Act. He will give opening remarks, and we will then have a speaker on what NC is doing to address this crime, experts in law enforcement, a survivor of sex trafficking, and others who work to interdict this crime.
Human Trafficking Conference
The conference is free and open to the public, and even if you don’t have three hours, you can catch one of these amazing experts who are dedicated to fighting this terrible crime. Barbara Amaya survived sex trafficking in NYC; her story is riveting.
The other speaker who is a great pro-lifer, a Catholic, and father of six is Bill Woolf. President Trump awarded Bill the Presidential Medal for Extraordinary Efforts to Combat Trafficking in Persons.
Even if you cannot attend during those hours, if you register, you will get the recording afterwards.