Human Trafficking Film: April 5
March 11, 2011 -
Human trafficking is considered by many to be the world’s most underpublicized tragedy. Palmer Seminary and its Sider Center on Ministry and Public Policy are co-sponsoring an event to raise awareness of this tragedy. All are invited to enjoy a free pizza lunch at the Seminary on Tuesday, April 5, at 12 noon in the Woodruff Learning Center. This will be followed at 12:30 by the screening of the film “Call and Response,” after which Jamé Bolds, of the anti-trafficking organization f.r.e.e. international, will lead a discussion until about 2:45 p.m. (f.r.e.e. stands for "find, rescue, embrace, empower." For more information, contact Randy Frame: email@example.com.