Frozen in pictures on the computer screen. Trapped in unfamiliar beds. Lost between the pages of society. For each commercially sexually exploited youth who is rescued in the United States, 99 children are still waiting to be rescued from the chains of this modern-day slavery.
Join Lauralee Norris in honoring National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month at the Human Trafficking Awareness & Prevention Seminar at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 29, at the Oregon Coast Community College Central County Campus, located at 400 SE College Way, South Beach.
At this community education course, Norris will present information about human trafficking in general and the steps the community can take to prevent it. Register for this seminar at Oregon Coast Community College at form.jotform.com/93294548349168 or call 541-996-6222 during business hours. The seminar is free to the public.
The research for Norris’ Capstone Senior Project at Eastern Oregon University was featured in a series of articles appearing in the News-Times, as well as on the radio station KYAQ and at the Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce. Throughout her project, Norris has shined a light into the modern world…
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