Join us this year for our Voices of Survivors Art Project, a photo exhibit created by survivors. Come and see the world through the visual voices of survivors. The photo display will deepen your understanding of the issues faced by survivors of human trafficking and share a glimpse into their hearts and minds through photos. Learn more at voicesofsurvivorsproject.com
Join us for a Candlelight Vigil dedicated to raising awareness about the issue of human trafficking and honoring the strength of survivors. The vigil will encompass a ceremony featuring powerful stories and poetry. This gathering is open to all, and we will offer light refreshments for everyone to enjoy.
Join us on November 8th for LVAT’s Human Trafficking Symposium ~ “Addressing Gaps in the Anti-Trafficking Movement.” Keynote speaker will feature Audrey Morrissey from My Life My Choice. This event will be held at the LVHN Center for Healthcare Education from 9am - 4pm. CEU’s to be offered
Join us on November 9th from 9am-11am at the Centennial Space Catering and Conference Center, 3350 Center Valley Pkwy, Center Valley, PA 18034, for our Survivor Award Ceremony. This event honors survivor leaders and community heroes in the Lehigh Valley fighting against human trafficking. Celebrate the resilience and bravery of survivors and recognize the remarkable contributions of local leaders. Our theme this year is standing with survivors, for survivors. Be inspired by our powerful keynote speaker to create change and awareness in the Lehigh Valley. Don't miss this transformative event!
Come out to one of Lehigh Valley’s splendid coffee shops, which have opened up their doors to host a conversation about the anti-human trafficking work that is taking place in our area. Lehigh Valley’s anti-trafficking organizations will be providing knowledgeable people to help you as a community member be aware of what is happening and how you can help.
The Red Sand Project, which symbolizes victims who have “fallen through the cracks” and are unnoticed by the system and the community. The project was created by artist Molly Gochman and uses red sand that is placed in the cracks of sidewalks to raise awareness to “modern-day slavery.” The grains of sand represent the millions of men, women and children from around the world that are in slavery today.