Human Trafficking Lobby Day in PA—January 25, Harrisburg

From the Polaris Project (http://www.polarisproject.org/):

 

Now that the holidays are over, we wanted to remind you to RSVP for the 2011 Pennsylvania Lobby Day to End Human Trafficking! Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing crimes in the world, and it happens right here in Pennsylvania to children, adults, U.S. citizens and foreign nationals. Not only do victims experience a complete loss of freedom, but they also go through horrible physical and psychological abuse. This is your chance to do something about it!

 

Tuesday, January 25 is the Pennsylvania Lobby Day to End Human Trafficking.  Join human trafficking advocates from around the state and RSVP today at http://actioncenter.polarisproject.org/component/content/article/34-learn/1185-palobbyday1-25-2011! On lobby day you will have an opportunity to advocate for legislation to clamp down on this horrific crime. Never participated in a lobby day before? No need to worry! You don’t need to be an expert on human trafficking or have any lobbying experience to take part. We will have experts on site to brief you on human trafficking, train you how to lobby your legislators, and answer any questions you may have. All you need to do is RSVP and we will help you with the rest!

 

What:  PA Lobby Day to End Human Trafficking + Press Conference

When: 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM, January 25, 2011 (registration begins at 8:30 AM)

Where: Room 8 E-A East Wing, Capitol Building, Harrisburg, PA 17120

How:   Just go to http://actioncenter.polarisproject.org/component/content/article/34-learn/1185-palobbyday1-25-2011 to RSVP and find out more about the event. We will do the rest!

 

Your presence at the Capitol is one of the most powerful ways to ensure your legislators recognize human trafficking as a serious crime and use their voices and votes to support critically needed legislation. So grab a friend or two and join us in Harrisburg for an exciting day of advocacy to help end human trafficking in Pennsylvania!

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