Day of Dialogue: Human Trafficking in the Northeast

This panel discussion will explore Human Trafficking in the Northeast.

Panel Discussion:
Keith Scott
Director of Education, The Safe Center
Sarah Stauffer
Fellow, Center for Civic Engagement;
Global Studies and Public Policy and Public Service Major, Hofstra University
Tricia Grant
Director of the Not Here Justice in Action Network; Program Director for Sophia’s House

Moderator: Kari Jensen
Professor Global Studies and Geography, Hofstra University

The Center for Civic Engagement presents Day of Dialogue: The State of the United States: Our Issues and Election 2020. In anticipation of the 2020 presidential election, Day of Dialogue invites conversation about issues important to a wide variety of communities. Many are considered through the perspective of specific problems and policies. The entire day will be hosted on Zoom, which makes each session convenient to attend. Please come and join the discussion. Let your voice be heard, while engaging others who think differently.

 

Date: October 28, 2020

Time2:55-4:20 p.m.

Location: virtual

RSVP at Day of Dialogue 2020 RSVP

 

For full schedule visit  https://hofstra.edu/dayofdialogue

Join the #HofDialogue and #HofVotes conversation on social media.

 

For more information or updates, visit hofstra.edu/dayofdialogue or contact Philip Dalton, director, Center for Civic Engagement and associate professor of writing studies and rhetoric at Philip.dalton@hofstra.edu; or Kali Winn, graduate assistant, Center for Civic Engagement, at kwinn4@pride.hofstra.edu.

 

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

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Hofstra University Virtual Event
Virtual
Offered online
Hempstead, NY 11549-1000


Contact:

Center for Civic Engagement
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