[Michigan, Jan. 29, 2020]: “The Girl Next Door: Story of a Human Trafficking Survivor”.Community Film screening And Discussion, January 29, 2021
January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. To advance awareness of human trafficking, My Mental Wellness (MMW) of the Islamic Center of Detroit (ICD) and the American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) are holding a Community Film Screening and Interactive Panel Discussion on the documentary film: “The Girl Next Door: A Story of A Human Trafficking Survivor.:
The event will be held virtually via Zoom today, Friday, January 29, 2021 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.
Guest speakers are Ms. Thiera D. Lane, MA, LPC, TLLP, doctoral candidate in clinical Psychology; Ms. Sarah Ebrahim, LLMSW, Clinical Concentration; and Ms. Rebecca Kitchens, MA, TLLP, doctoral candidate in clinical physiology.
The panel will be moderated by Ms. Najat Nashal, MMW department coordinator.
Registration is required to join the event. Ages 14 years and up are welcome to participate. Event is free and open to the public.
To register please visit: MMWPANEL.EVENTBRITE.Com/
Human trafficking is modern day slavery. Human beings are sold as chattel, a process that robs them of their humanity. It is important to keep raising awareness of this problem. Human trafficking constitutes a serious challenge facing all societies on all continents.
Trafficking is not only a problem for the professionals to worry about and help deal with. As with all problems, every person can make a difference.
Help AHRC Protect Human Rights:
These are challenging times. It is our common humanity that we are determined to protect. To donate, please visit: www.ahrcusa.org for safe & secured donation
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