Shared Hope International, a national non-profit organization dedicated to eradicating sex trafficking in the United States is hosting a community training on domestic minor sex trafficking (sex trafficking of American children in the U.S.) in Washington DC on Nov 29-Dec 1. The night of November 30th we will also be hosting a gala to honor those who have dedicated their lives to ending domestic child sex trafficking.
Event begins at 9:30AM
Presented by: Shared Hope International
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