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March 25: American Democracy Project Tackles Human Trafficking

Posted by isulib on March 24, 2014

On Tuesday, March 25 at 7pm in the Cunningham Memorial Library, the American Democracy Project will be hosting: END IT! -Take a Role in Fighting for Human Rights. This informative and interactive presentation about Human Trafficking will allow students to discuss the causes and occurrences of human trafficking around the world and in the U.S., and also explore how they can play a part in helping fight against it.

Here is a bibliography of Human Trafficking Resources created for the 2010 Human Rights Day – with sections on

  • Organizations
  • Books in Wabash Valley
  • Libraries {non-fiction and fiction}
  • Finding Recent Articles
  • Forthcoming Books

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