A Feminist Survival Guide to Seattle
If you have time next Thursday morning, try to check out this important presentation about trafficking in our region!
Hosted by Humanities Washington, this conversation, led by State Senator Jean Kohl-Welles, offers historical, cultural, socioeconomic and public policy perspectives on human trafficking. We will explore complex questions related to the ethics and public policy around this issue, past and present. Attendees will face misbeliefs about human trafficking, confronting the facts that human trafficking does take place in Washington and that the U.S. is not just a destination country but also a source and transit country for trafficking. Finally, we will examine what is being done to intervene and prevent human trafficking, including new laws, innovative law enforcement approaches and actions being taken by human rights groups.
When: 10am, Thursday, October 4th
Where: Albertson Center, 11 West Aloha St, Seattle
Find out more at the Humanities Washington website!