A GABRIELA-USA & BAYAN-USA Organization

Saturday, May 7th, 2016: Second Summit on Human Trafficking: Communities Mobilizing Against Modern Day Slavery Focus on Asia America

Join us Saturday, May 7th in Elmhurst, Queens where GABRIELA New York will be sharing a clip of cultural program Diwang Pinay, an original theatrical production based on the firsthand accounts of “Florida 15” trafficking survivors, and hear the stories of the trafficked Filipino teachers of GABRIELA D.C. and their ongoing campaign for justice.

 

Gabriela New York warmly invites you to the Second Summit on Human Trafficking: Communities Mobilizing Against Modern Day Slavery Focus on Asia America to be held at St. James Episcopal Church, 84-07 Broadway, Elmhurst (Queens), NY 11373 on Saturday, May 7th, 2016 from 9 AM to 6 PM. To register for this event visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/21809345339

 

Communities Mobilizing Against Modern Day Slavery: Focus on Asia America is a conference organized by the Asiamerica Mission to End Modern Slavery (AMEMS) a program of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island and the National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON) which seeks to put survivor voices in the lead of building a community-based movement towards ending human trafficking. Join us for a day of dialogue and strategizing with community supporters and advocates.

 

Hear from trafficking survivors who are standing for their right to dignity, respect, and security.

 

This summit aims to:
• Empower trafficked survivors;
• Educate and build broad awareness with the community on the issue of labor, trafficking and modern day slavery; and
• Initiate a community-based support network for trafficking survivors, dedicated to working with AMEMS as advocates and partners.

 

Through panel of speakers ranging from church leaders, community organizers, trafficked survivors and discussion workshops, we hope to engage you in understanding the issue of modern day slavery.

 

We look forward to seeing you. For more information, visit endmodernslaverynow.org
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