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Courthouse Docket

Human Trafficking in San Mateo County

On Saturday, May 14 from 10:30 am - 4 pm, Human Trafficking Awareness Day will be observed on Courthouse Square and inside the History Museum. The day will include performances, a rally, survivor art and films.

At 1p.m., there will be a panel discussion on Human Trafficking in San Mateo County: What It Is and How You Can Help in Prevention and Rescue. Human trafficking or modern-day slavery occurs across the globe and right here in our own San Mateo County neighborhoods. Speakers include:

Mike Brosnan, Anti-Trafficking Program Coordinator for San Mateo County;
Betty Ann Hagenau, Founder and Executive Director of Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition;
Catherine Egli, MD, Pediatric Endocrinologist, Kaiser Permanente, Volunteer Ambassador with Shared Hope International;
Denicia Cormier, Social Worker for San Mateo County, Children and Family Services;
Regina Evans, Business Entrepreneur and Trafficking Survivor.

A reception will follow.

The Before Our Very Eyes campaign hopes Human Trafficking Awareness Day will show people what to look for and how to act in response to this injustice. Why is it called modern-day slavery? Human trafficking involves one person controlling another and exploiting him/her for work. Instead of being held by law, victims are trapped physically, psychologically, financially or emotionally by their traffickers. Very often, victims have no understanding of their right to the freedoms guaranteed to them in this country. Maintaining that ignorance benefits the traffickers. Itís happening right now and right here.

Next on the Docket

Saturday, June 11: Ty Cobb presented by Norm Coleman
Monday, July 4: Films from the Archives
Sunday, August 21: Victorian Days at the Old Courthouse
Thursday, September 1: Who Speaks for the Land with Robert Buelteman

The Courthouse Docket is a monthly series of presentations held in the History Museum's Historic Courthroom A. The Courthouse Docket Series is sponsored by Cypress Lawn Heritage Foundation.
Details
Date:
Saturday, May 14, 2016
Time:
1 p.m.
Location:
History Museum, Courtroom A
Cost:
Free
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