The Temple Emanuel Sisterhood is presenting an important program on  Human Trafficking. The presenter is Laura Swift (*see her bio below) . Also, the short video,
"Any Kid Anywhere: Sex Trafficking Survivor Stories," will be shown.
Date/Time:  MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 7:00 PM, 
Place:  TEMPLE EMANUEL, 1115 MISSISSIPPI AVENUE, DAVENPORT, phone (563) 326-4419.   
Hopefully, you will go away with the basic knowledge about Human Trafficking, what it is, what makes someone vulnerable, the elements of human trafficking, laws, services and where you can get help. 
****The entire community is invited.  We suggest that all attendees under the age of 18 be accompanied by an adult.    
It is not necessary, but for ensuring there are enough chairs, please call one of the following if you plan to attend: 
* Laura is a Certified Investment Management Analyst
and one of the founding partners of Quad Cities Investment Group. Laura empowers others by striving personally and professionally to create opportunities for people to live their lives the best they can. Her philanthropic endeavors are endless. In 2008, Laura developed a mentoring program which provides at risk girls with guidance in personal responsibility, goal setting and conflict resolution. In 2010, she received a Courageous Advocacy Service Provider award from the Iowa Task Force for young women. In 2012, she took the required training to become a Rape and Sexual Assault Advocate in both Iowa and Illinois. Laura brought the country's first testimonial writing work-shop for survivors of sexual violence, domestic violence and trafficking to the Quad Cities in 2014. In 2016, she joined the Advisory Board for Braking Traffik.
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2715-30th Street  Rock Island, Illinois 61201 

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