California Against Slavery is stopping in Fresno on a statewide road trip to expose human trafficking. Daphne Phung, founder of California Against Slavery, will discuss how the California Against Sexual Exploitation Act will help curb human trafficking in our state, how to get involved in the campaign and how to be an effective spokesperson in your community.
When: Wednesday, May 2 at 7:00pm
Where: Fresno State University-University Business Center, PB191, Alice Peters Auditorium. Relaxed Parking available in the UBC lot) Peter’s Building.
Who:Speakers include Daphne Phung (Founder, California Against Slavery) followed by audience question and answer.
What to bring: Just bring yourself and any friends who want to join you – the more, the merrier!
Let us know if you are coming at email@example.com! See you there.
Friday, September 30th Cineculture presents Fatal Promises with discussant: Anneliese Rohrer (the producer). Through personal stories of victims and interviews with politicians, NGO representatives and activists, Fatal Promises provides a comprehensive look at the realities of human trafficking versus the rhetoric of politicians and pundits who claim to be making significant strides in combating this horrific crime against humanity.
Ukraine, the second largest country in Europe, is a prime example of a nation struggling to establish a stable economy, a functioning legal system and to control criminal enterprises of which Human Trafficking is the largest. Over the years, hundreds of thousands of women, children and men have been trafficked from Ukraine to the United States, Western Europe and the Balkans since the fall of the Soviet Union.
The screening starts at 5:30 p.m. in Peter’s Education Center (Student Recreation Center west of Save-Mart Center). For more information go to cineculture.csufresno.edu, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.