New York City -- NOW is sponsoring an anti-trafficking event on Thursday, January 18, to include a panel discussion and a film screening at 6:30pm at Brooklyn Law School’s Feil Hall, 205 State Street.
Panel members include:
Pamela Chen: Chief of Civil Rights, U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York
Rachel Lloyd: Founder, Girls Education and Mentoring Services
Jane Manning: Former Assistant DA and Attorney at Equality Now
Carol Smolenski: Executive Director of ECPAT-USA
The film screened will be: “Sex Slaves” An undercover film that tracks the world of sex trafficking by following one man’s journey to rescue his wife- kidnapped and sold into the global sex trade.
Brooklyn Law School’s Feil Hall- 205 State St. Brooklyn, NY.
Take the 4, 5, 2, 3, A, C, or F train to Borough Hall. Walk three blocks down Court Street (in the direction of McDonald’s) to State Street. Make a left on State. Feil Hall is located at 205 State Street. Only 20 minutes from Midtown.
Please RSVP by calling 212-627-9895. NOW members FREE! Suggested donation $7
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