STOP's Human Trafficking Events Monday & Tuesday: Don't Miss Them!
Monday, April 11 6:30-9:30 in the BMU auditorium is the award-winning play "7 Layers Captive" by trafficking survivor Stacy Jewell Lewis. The play is a gripping real-life drama that recounts the experience of Lewis when she was abducted from her home in Washington, D.C .and forced into prostitution. It demonstrates the psychological hold a pimp has over his victims. It was voted best theatrical performance of 2015 by the Washington, D.C. Metro Arts Association and also played at D.C.'s Kennedy Center to rave reviews. This is an outstanding event for anyone interested in Theater, Music, History, Sociology, PoliSci, Criminal Justice, Social Work.
Tuesday,April 12 6:30-9:30 in the BMU auditorium is a training on human trafficking put on by the Central California Intelligence Agency featuring trafficking survivor Carissa Phelps, author of the book Runaway Girl: Escaping Life on the Streets. Participants can get a certificate of completion, which is recognized by both Butte County and the State of California as an official training in human trafficking awareness.