On Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at 7 PM, the North Brunswick Public Library invites Teens/Young Adults (9th grade and up) and their parents/caregivers (General Public is also welcome) to join Diana Starace, Coordinator, RWJ Injury Prevention Program and Healthcare Committee Co-Chair of the NJ Coalition Against Human Trafficking, along with Danny Papa, NJ Coalition Against Human Trafficking President, for a virtual presentation "Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention: Engaging and Empowering Youth and Families."
This virtual program is intended to empower adolescents, young adults, and their parents/caregivers with knowledge so they can understand how to protect themselves from being exploited by potential traffickers.
During this presentation,
we will define human trafficking
Discuss the "Red Flags" of a human trafficking victim
Present a process of reporting suspected human trafficking in their community
Describe what can make adolescents vulnerable to exploitation by traffickers
Explain the concepts of "resilience" and "protective factors"
You will be sent the virtual program URL following registration.
Any questions, please email librarian Ryan Miller at email@example.com