WKCTC to host presentation on human trafficking

West Kentucky Community and Technical College plans to host a presentation on stopping human trafficking on Oct. 24 as part of a diversity and inclusion series. 

The college announced Thursday that it will host the one-hour presentation, "Human Trafficking: What is it and How Can You Help?" in it’s Matheson Library.

"We invite our students, faculty, staff and community members to attend the presentation to learn about human trafficking, including possible signs of trafficking and ways they might be able to help victims,” Dr. Belinda Dalton-Russell, WKCTC Diversity and Inclusion Series coordinator, said in the event announcement Thursday. 

The presentation will be held at 11 a.m. on Oct. 24.

For more information, you can contact Dr. Belinda Dalton-Russell at 270-534-3081 or belinda.dalton-russell@kctcs.edu or Amy Sullivan at 270-534-3171 or amy.sullivan@kctcs.edu.

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