Sandra Masin: Representative Minnesota House District 52A
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This article was originally posted on 01-08-2012
Protecting Dignity, Ending Slavery

I invite you to join me in attending this event and panel discussion on the issue of human trafficking in Minnesota. We will hear from experts on the issue, and learn about local efforts to combat this modern form of slavery in our own community.

Here is the press release:

Press Release
For Immediate Release

Presbyterian Church of the Apostles
701 E. 130th St.
Burnsville, MN 55337
Church Telephone 952-890-7877

"Human Trafficking" Panel
The public is invited to a panel discussion on the issue of human trafficking in Minnesota on Monday, February 27, 2012, 6:30 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church of the Apostles (PCA) in Burnsville. The panel's presenters will be: University of Minnesota researcher Dr. Lauren Martin; Suzanne Koepplinger of the Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center; Michele Garnett McKenzie, the Director of Advocacy at The Advocates for Human Rights and Joy Friedman from the St. Paul-based, non-profit Breaking Free. The panel will speak about the issues and local efforts to combat this modern form of slavery. Rachel Herzfeldt-Kamprath of the Joint Religious Legislative Coalition (JRLC) will moderate.

The event is sponsored by PCA's Center for Wholeness and the JRLC. The church is located at 701 East 130th Street, Burnsville, between Nicollet Avenue and County Road Eleven. The event is free and open to the public and the doors will open at 6 p.m. For more information, call PCA at 952-890-7877 contact JRLC at 612-230-3234 and

Here [PDF, 1836K] is the flyer that accompanied the press release.

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