In 2007, the U.S. Senate declared Jan. 11 National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Yesterday, a crowd of about 100 concerned citizens and community leaders met at City Hall to reaffirm their commitment to stop human trafficking in the Sacramento region.
The crowd included local advocacy groups Opening Doors, Inc., Courage Worldwide and My Sister’s House, as well as community leaders Asm. Jim Cooper, mayoral candidate Darrell Steinberg, Metro Chamber President Peter Tateishi and Sacramento City Councilmember/mayoral candidate Angelique Ashby.
January 12, 2016
Not in My City, Not in My State Rally
City officials take a stand against human trafficking with Courage Worldwide
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