countries, but many people don’t realize the I-70 corridor between St. Louis,
Kingdom City and Kansas City is a major U.S. human trafficking hub.
University will host a program to inform members of the campus and the
community about the situation. Kelsey
Saragnese, president of Stop Traffic at the University of Missouri, will speak
at 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18, in WWU’s Library Auditorium.
organization at MU. Saragnese will discuss slavery as it occurs in the United
States, why it is so prevalent in Missouri and what students and the public can
do to fight it.
being is bought and sold for forced labor or prostitution. The International
Justice Mission (IJM) at William Woods University has been conducting a series
of events to create awareness and fight
against such crimes.