Too Close to Home: Human Trafficking in the U.S.

Survivors, activists, scholars, and law enforcement and social services officials share their perspectives, discussing why this is a domestic issue that needs urgent attention and addressing ways in which it can be understood and confronted.

Featuring: Tina Frundt, a survivor who has been raising awareness about the issue since 2000, discusses her own experiences and her efforts to reach out to others caught in the net of human trafficking. Eric Goodwin, founder of Human Trafficking Students, a Boston-based advocacy group that spreads awareness of the issue on college campuses; Lieutenant Pi Heseltine of the Massachusetts State Police Human Trafficking Unit; Cassie Lee Miller, case management coordinator at Lutheran Social Services in Worcester; and Carrie Baker, assistant professor of the study of women and gender at Smith College.

Panel organized by CAUSE student group: Natalia Alvarez Diaz, Annie Harper, Katarina Hyatt, and Lauren Mindieta.

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