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Seniors plan events to educate students on human trafficking

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Jennifer White is the founder and executive producer of ICT S.O.S. On Jan. 8, White spoke to students about human trafficking and explained how a person can be put in that situation.

Jennifer White is the founder and executive producer of ICT S.O.S. On Jan. 8, White spoke to students about human trafficking and explained how a person can be put in that situation.

Jacob Maska

Jacob Maska

Jennifer White is the founder and executive producer of ICT S.O.S. On Jan. 8, White spoke to students about human trafficking and explained how a person can be put in that situation.

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Human trafficking awareness week, and seniors Lisa Schoenberger and Kaitlyn Schaben have plans to educate the student body during Jan. 8 to 12.

Human trafficking is defined as “the action or practice of illegally transporting people from one country or area to the purposes of forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation.”

“We hope to raise awareness to the students and staff that human trafficking can happen everywhere,” Schaben said.

Jan. 8:

Assembly with Jennifer White from ICT S.O.S.

Jan. 9:

PSA video shown in Seminar.

Jan. 10:

Assembly in Lecture Hall with Hays Police Department.

Tickets can be received from the office.

Jan. 11:

Snapchat filter released.

Jan. 12:

Stick Up For Those Who Can’t Be Heard Assembly.

Tickets can be bought in front of concession stand before school, after school and during seminar on Jan. 9,10 and 11.

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