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Human Trafficking in the Twin Ports Presentation

When: Mar 5, 2014 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Reyna Crow will emphasize on how this affects American Indian women in our communities.
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Reyna Crow portrait.

© Ivy Vainio, 2014

Reyna Crow portrait.

You are cordially invited to attend a lecture by Reyna Crow this Wednesday, March 5, at noon in the Yellowjacket Union Room 201. Reyna will speak about human trafficking in the Twin Ports with emphasis on how this affects Native American women. She will have a respectful and open dialogue about this topic with the audience and examine the ways of how we can all get involved to become more aware and explore the facts of human trafficking in the Twin Ports.

Reyna Crow is a grassroots community organizer in the Twin Ports and is an environmental and indigenous women's advocate who is involved in the Native Sister's Society, Northwoods Wolf Alliance, and Idle No More.

This event is free and open to the campus and community. It is hosted by Amnesty International student organization. Questions should be directed to Haji Dokhanchi at 715-394-8484.

Event Contact: Ivy Vaino | 715-394-8415 | yvainio{atuws}
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