A21 Heart for Freedom is hosting its first Students Against Trafficking event on January 11 from 5-8 p.m. at Seacoast Church in Mount Pleasant. The community is invited to gather to empower our youth to understand what trafficking is and how they can recognize + avoid it. Charleston-native Cyrus Birch, Owner of the nonprofit Roses in Concrete and former star of the Black Panther Film, will be there to speak, along with a human trafficking survivor and Hanahan Police Officer Ricardo Perry. The event will also feature food trucks, live music and giveaways and is free for all high school students to attend.
For more information, please visit the Students Against Trafficking Facebook Event below:
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