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Marin County Calls for Residents To Help Stop Human Trafficking


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The Sausalito Public Library will present a program on human trafficking will be presented Thursday, July 20, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Sausalito Public Library, 420 Litho the Council Chambers.

Human trafficking is a modern form of slavery in which some people profit from exploiting others, and it’s happening in Marin. The Bay Area is a hub for human trafficking, and Marin County is part of that hub.

Come learn about sex and labor trafficking in Marin and what you can do to protect children and to help end it. Parents, teachers, concerned community members and mature teens are invited to attend this presentation.

Presenters will be members of the Marin County Coalition to End Human Trafficking who have extensively researched this issue. This will be a PowerPoint slide presentation and a video.

There will be time for questions and discussion.

The coalition is a partnership of non-profit organizations, law enforcement, civic groups, county agencies and members of the public working to develop a regional and collaborative approach to end all forms of human trafficking.


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