March 14, 2019 Meeting
HUMAN TRAFFICKING: A NON-PARTISAN COMMUNITY CRISIS
The exploitation of people for commercial sex or labor is an ugly truth in our community and around the world. More than 5000 girls are trafficked monthly in San Diego County, generating over $850 million annually by local gangs. Of trafficked victims, 80% within San Diego County are born in the United States and not trafficked across the Mexican border. This is happening in our own back yard.
Please join us for a discussion and LEARN how you can stand up, speak out and make a difference.
Discussion Facilitator: Maria McEneany, Chair, Commission on the Status of Women and Girls
- Summer Stephan, District Attorney, San Diego County
- Jamie Gates, PH. D., Director, Center for Justice and Reconciliation, PLNU
- Ginger Shaw, Executive Director, California Against Slavery; Vice Chair, San Diego Regional Human Trafficking Advisory Council
- Marjorie F. Saylor, Founder/CEO, Survivor, The Well Path
Friendly atmosphere, great refreshments, meet local officials