January 14

Sex Trafficking: Facts and Fictions

January 14, 7:00 pm


Over the last few years, our understanding of the nature and prevalence of sex trafficking has changed. Gone are the days when we were surprised it was happening in our own communities. It is the third largest international crime industry grossing $1.34 trillion and selling as many as 100,000 children across the world. But there are plenty of myths and misconceptions about what human and sex trafficking is really all about.  Join us for an open conversation with Gayle Nelson, Engagement and Development Director for NCJW’s JCAST Chicago, as we try and separate the facts from the fiction.

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Save the date for these two additional programs on sex trafficking in our communities

Session 2: Consent and Healthy Relationships (February 11)<
Session 3: Sex for Pay: Work or Prey (March 11)