Historical Sex Trafficking Conference all Survivor Key Note Speakers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kristy Childs Executive Director Veronica’s Voice 913.940.0505 cell Kristy@veronicasvoice.org

2nd Demand Change Heartland Conference A Project of Veronica's Voice

KANSAS CITY MISSOURI, October 21, 2013: Historical Sex Trafficking Conference all Survivor Key Notes. Those who have been sexually exploited through the various forms of sex trafficking are some of the most marginalized, stigmatized, and under-served members of society. Veronica's Voice will bring together survivor-leader-experts who have led the push for abolition, collectively, for more than 7 decades—long before the anti-trafficking movement ever began. They have done so by advocating for other victims of sexual exploitation, educating others on the realities of sex trafficking in America, and by having the courage to make a call to the community to DEMAND CHANGE.

Saturday, October 26, 2013 University of Missouri-Kansas City, Pierson Auditorium 5000 Holmes Street Kansas City, MO 64110 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM *Registration opens at 7:30 AM A few of our local sponsors include Sprint and Jackson County COMBAT

For more information go to www.veronicasvoice.org Or: http://app.e2ma.net/app2/campaigns/archived/1408996/c8768f1552fd795399b462caccd8bea0/


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