Cabrini University’s ECG 200 – Voices for the Voiceless: Anti-Human Trafficking class, in collaboration with the Missionary Sisters Action and Advocacy Coalition, held an anti-human trafficking event on Monday, May 2, at Cabrini University. The event was held to raise awareness and to educate on human trafficking. The students had several “stations” set-up throughout campus where they presented on topics: What is Human Trafficking?, Covid and its Effect on Human Trafficking, Trafficking During Global Events, Child Slavery/Child Labor and Slavery Footprints.
Guilherme “G” Lopes, Director of Campus Ministry, began our event with a beautiful prayer and we ended with a prayer to end Human Trafficking written by Sr. Veronica Piccone, MSC. Both the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams participated in the walk with their coaches, as well as students (and some of their family members) and staff.
We feel the students help create a campus of abolitionists who are passionate about standing up against the injustices of modern day slavery and know they will continue their fight to help end it!