For human trafficking awareness month, join members of the dc human trafficking task force for:
A Premier Screening of the internationally reviewed graphic novel series, LIGHTS.
Q&A with graphic novelists, survivors, allies, and advocates surviving human trafficking in the nation’s capital region.
Purchase survivor made products and view survivor created art that will be on display.
Teachers, social workers, parents, concerned community members and youth
Human trafficking happens right here in the nation’s capital. Children as young as 12 and adults are sold for sex in hotels, online, and across the region. There are labor trafficking victims forced to work in hotels, homes, restaurants, and farms, too. The issue of human trafficking affects people throughout the District of Columbia. Come learn and join an evening conversation about innovative solutions from members of the DC Human Trafficking Task Force, survivors and artists on ways to prevent human trafficking right here.