The Flora Stone Mather Center for Women will honor January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month with a discussion panel with campus and community experts Wednesday, Jan. 31, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Mandel Center, Room 108.
Panelists will be:
Carina Montoya, a doctoral student at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences;
Maya Simek, director of the Human Trafficking Project at the School of Law’s Milton and Charlotte Kramer Law Clinic; and
Jasmine Meyers, from the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking.
This team of speakers will share information about human trafficking, what it can look like on a college campus, and how to support those who may be affected. The first portion of the discussion will include facilitated questions, and audience members will be able to ask questions at the end.
The Mather Center and the panelists invite all CWRU community members to join, including undergraduate- and graduate-level students, along with faculty and staff.