Trinity UMC hosts Human Trafficking Seminar

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The Huntsville-Madison County Human Trafficking Task Force was formed to raise public awareness; educate the community; and advocate to affect change in local, regional and state policies related to human trafficking.

With a special emphasis on sexual exploitation, the Human Trafficking Task Force works with service providers, law enforcement and other agencies and coalitions across the county, north Alabama and the state to prevent human trafficking.

Attend this month's meeting on January 25th at Trinity United Methodist Church – Wesley Hall, at the corner of Whitesburg and Airport Roads in Huntsville, from  9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon to learn more about human trafficking.  You will hear what human trafficking is, cases happening in Alabama, and a human trafficking survivor’s personal story.

This event is open to the public and is free to attend.

Contact Kay west at 256-509-9575 or for more information, to register, or  if you need child care during the event.

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