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Human Trafficking Explained

Join us for an eye-opening discussion on Human Trafficking. REGISTER HERE

Human Trafficking is a worldwide epidemic that affects more than 40 million people across the globe! Millions of which live right here in the United States of America, entering with an average age of 12-14 years old!

Often referred to as “modern day slavery“, human trafficking is defined as “the trade of humans for the purpose of forced labour, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker or others, by methods of force, fraud or coercion.

We have assembled an incredible panel of experts who will answer the vital questions:

  • Who trafficking affects?
  • How traffickers operate and who they target?
  • What it is like to be involved in human trafficking?
  • How a survivor can heal and reclaim their life after trafficking?
  • What laws exist to protect victims?
  • How you may knowingly or unknowingly be supporting human trafficking?
  • What you can do to help STOP the suffering?

Watch this short one-minute PSA to learn more.

We welcome you to join us for a powerful discussion on an issue that will define the next generation.

Doors Open: 6:30 P.M.

Panel Discussion: 7:00 P.M. – 8:30 P.M.

Mix & Mingle: 8:30 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.

Our amazing panelists have been fighting to end the injustice of human trafficking for decades. They have counseled hundreds of survivors and provided education, support and hope for countless others.


Panelists & Presenters:

Mary Carparas, LMSW & Manager at WomanKind

Rachel Lloyd, Founder & President of G.E.M.S.

Lois Rowman, Esq. of The Law Office of Lois Rowman

Connor CashelSocial Worker w/ Anti-Trafficking Program at Safe Horizon


This event is a joint venture and collaboration of The Rotary Club of HarlemThe Rotaract Club of the United Nations, and The Rotary Club of New York. This is event is free to attendees and is for educational purposes only.

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