Wednesday, January 26 | 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
A 400+ year history of institutional racism in America has created economic and social inequities that heighten the likelihood that African Americans could become victims of human trafficking. This discussion will provide information about the vulnerabilities to trafficking members of black and brown communities and other minority groups might face in our society.
This presentation is part of the Brown School's recognition of Black History Month.
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