Human Trafficking involves exploiting people for labor or sex under conditions of force, fraud, or coercion as well as the commercial sexual exploitation of minors.
Human trafficking is a growing problem in the U.S., where most victims are youth and young adults.
Over 100,000 American-born youth are trafficked in our country today.
The Network Against Human Trafficking (http://www.iowanaht.org) invites youth, parents, teachers, and all community members and professionals to a half-day training on this issue, in an effort to make all Iowa communities trafficking-free zones.
First United Methodist Church, 516 Kellogg Ave, Ames. Sat, April 5, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Lunch served by United Methodist Women (freewill donation).