Human Trafficking: The Church Responds

From slavery in the fields to sexual exploitation to using children as soldiers, human trafficking takes many forms. In each instance, human trafficking involves coercion, violates human rights, and denies the image of God in which we all are made. Join leaders of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in a conversation about how followers of Jesus are responding and how we can strengthen our response.

Presenters:

Martha Bettis-Gee, Office of Child Advocacy
Noelle Damico, Fair Food Campaign, Presbyterian Hunger Program
Meagan Manas, Presbyterian Women
Ryan Smith, Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations

Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Presbytery of New York City Office
475 Riverside Drive #1600, Manhattan
Noon – 1:30 pm
Brown Bag Lunch

Sponsored by The Committee on Witness to Society and the World, Presbyterian Men in the Presbytery of New York City, Presbyterian Women in the Presbytery of New York City, and the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations.

Please RSVP to Ricky Velez-Negron at ricky.velez-negron@pcusa.org.