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Abolition Task Force Partnering in LA Freedom Walk 2016

The Cal-Pac Abolition (Human Trafficking) Task Force is supporting the Los Angeles Freedom Walk on January 16, 2016.

The walk will begin at 8:30AM at Immanuel Presbyterian Church with a Freedom Fair that will provide practical opportunities for engagement in ending this crisis.

There will also be a Survivor-Led Charge, where we will have the honor of hearing from sex trafficking Survivor, Activist and Speaker, Nola Brantley and labor trafficking survivor, activist, and playwright Kanthi Salgadu.

At 9:15AM, the two-mile walk begins.

For more information, learn more at the LA Freedom Walk 2016 webpage or contact Leah Switzer (leahs2037@earthlink.net) Chair of the Cal-Pac Abolition Task Force.

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