Human Trafficking Awareness Week

Jan 28, 2019 at 3:00pmJan 28, 2019 at 6:00pmMar 21, 2019 at 6:00pm

Monday, January 28
3:00pm  |  Education Center 114

Labor Trafficking: Supply Chains and Consumer Responsibility
Tony Talbott

Monday, January 28
6:00pm  |  Wickham Great Hall

Sex Trafficking Prevention: Awareness, Education, and Advocacy 
Tony Talbott

Thursday, January 31

6:00pm  |  University Commons

My Story: Breaking My Silence
Lindsay, Survivor

Keynote Speakers

Tony Talbott

Tony Talbott has lectured at many different colleges and universities and has taught in the Political Science Department and Human Rights Studies Program at the University of Dayton since 2007. He has taught, lectured and published on a variety of subjects dealing with global politics, Asian politics and human rights. Currently teaching one of the nation’s first undergraduate courses on human trafficking, he is a credentialed Not For Sale Campaign, Citizen Investigator of human trafficking and a founding member of Abolition Ohio, the Miami Valley’s Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition.

Lindsay, Survivor

Lindsay is a survivor of human trafficking. She was trafficked a total of seven years and has been free for nearly two years now. Her first year free was spent with Sisters in Shelter and since then she has moved into her own place and become a full-time student. Living life again hasn’t been the easiest for Lindsay as she deals with PTSD and trauma while still living in fear. She credits her support system for their great care.

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