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Event Details:
Virtual Tower Talk
Jan. 11th - 1:00 PM

2021

Join us for a Virtual Tower Talk as we mark January 11th as a day to join with others across the nation and raise awareness for National Human Trafficking Day 2021. Learn about the latest initiatives for our state and how we are driven to help those in recovery. We will also share about our collaboration with local law enforcement and community leaders. Please join us for this Virtual Tower Talk and support the Magnolia Movement to combat human trafficking in MS.

Interviewer:

Sarah Fullen, Executive Director. Mississippians Against Human Trafficking 

Panelists:

Sandy Middleton, Executive Director, MSCVP

Kristina McCool, Operations Manager, The Tower

Beth McCord, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, The Bridge

How can I attend?

We will be hosting this Virtual Tower Talk as a Zoom conference call.

Who can attend?

Anyone who is interested to learn more about Human Trafficking in our state.

Can I share the link with a coworker?

Yes! The Virtual Tower Talk is open for members of the community who can play a role in assisting these initiatives.

Do I need to RSVP?

Yes! Space is limited. Please register for this event by clicking on the link below here.

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.

Ways to get involved on Monday, January 11th:

1. Share the featured graphic on your social media platforms and tag us.

2. Wear blue on Jan. 11th and share a picture on social media.

3. Join the Magnolia Movement and host a fundraiser!

4. RSVP for the Virtual Tower Talk and invite your coworkers.

5. Talk with someone about the red flags of human trafficking.

6. Donate to our shelter and help us provide for victims of Human Trafficking.

7. Pledge to host a social media campaign.

8. Speak with your community leaders about the issue.

9. Discuss internet safety with your child/teen.

10. Support our social media posts, like, comment, and share with your friends.

Thank you for partnering with us on January 11th!
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Center for Violence Prevention

Crisis Line 601-932-4198

In-State Toll Free 1-800-266-4198

Human Trafficking 1-888-373-7888 

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