Powerful partnerships form to stop human trafficking

//Powerful partnerships form to stop human trafficking

Powerful partnerships form to stop human trafficking

Powerful partnerships form to stop human trafficking

Powerful partnerships form to stop human trafficking

Ronald Nuss-Warren, retired pastor, delivers a closing prayer at the No Girl For Sale meeting on Oct. 8. About 70 people participated in a walk that ended at 18th Street Park to bring awareness to human trafficking.

Powerful partnerships form to stop human trafficking

Powerful partnerships form to stop human trafficking

Kay Crister, president of the women’s group at the First Church of God in Scottsbluff, delivers a personal story about a situation that happened last summer where she believed she should have alerted authorities. Crister spoke alongside Kevin Spencer, Chief of Police for Scottbluff Police Department, and Lisa Betz-Marquez, left, president of Scotts Bluff County Soroptimists.



Posted: Saturday, October 8, 2016 4:00 pm

Powerful partnerships form to stop human trafficking

JEFF SMITH Staff Reporter
jsmith@starherald.com

Star Herald

During Saturday mornings “No Girl For Sale” awareness walk, about 70 people took a stand against human trafficking. Afterward a large crowd gathered for a meeting at the 18th Street Park,

Some carried signs, some came a long ways to participate in the walk, and some were involved in the local Soroptimist International organization. They all walked with the intent to raise awareness of human trafficking in the community.

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