LEAVENWORTH-Students at the University of Saint Mary will be educated about sex

trafficking from 11 am to 1 pm on March 30th. The event will take place in the KLC and will be

available to everyone. Two victims of human trafficking will explain their experiences.

The speakers of this event will give feedback about what to look out for, as well as the statistics

of human trafficking. They will tell their stories to bring awareness to this situation and help

educate women.

Students will have the chance to view work from a local artist who spreads awareness of these

issues and have the opportunity to ask the artist questions.

“We are looking to educate the community on the issue and hopefully create meaningful action

on overcoming this problem globally,” said Jude Huntz, director of campus ministry at the

University of Saint Mary.

Everyone is invited to attend.

Donel Jack is a Junior at the University of Saint Mary, he is majoring in Digital Communications.