Does Slavery Exist in Kentucky in 2008?

by Laura Ellis on September 18, 2008


Thursday, September 18, 2008
Does Slavery Exist in Kentucky in 2008?
In 2007 former Governor Ernie Fletcher signed a law addressing human trafficking in Kentucky. As surprising as it might sound, slavery is alive and well throughout the world, including Kentucky. Most of the victims are immigrant women, but not all. And there are ways to help identify the victims of modern day slavery. Join us in the performance studio on Thursday, September 18th when we present the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights’ September Advocacy Hearing: “Does Slavery Exist in Kentucky in 2008?”.

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