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Posted: Friday, January 4, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 6:24 am, Fri Jan 4, 2013.

Several women's organizations are teaming up to host the fourth annual Stop Human Trafficking workshop from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Jan. 12 at Bear Creek High School, 10555 N. Thornton Road, Stockton.

Adam Cortes, from En Una Sola Voz (One Voice) in Lodi, and Elizabeth Medina, from Open Doors in Sacramento, will be the keynote speakers.

According to event organizers, the event is designed to raise public awareness of victims being manipulated into the commercial sex industry, involuntary servitude, debt bondage or slavery.

The workshop will be hosted by the Women's Center's Youth & Family Services, Soroptimist International of Lodi and the Lodi Sunrise Soroptimists, the Lodi branch of the Salvation Army and the Lodi chapter of the American Association of University Women.

For more information, call 209-474-2796.

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  • Jarred Ditmore posted at 4:55 pm on Fri, Jan 4, 2013.

    JDitmore Posts: 2

    Its true that it is hard to combat human trafficking, and the situation at our borders make it more difficult. However there are people being exploited currently that are US citizens. Sex trafficking is an issue that is growing every day and in many communities affects its own citizens.

  • Sunny Samuels posted at 12:19 pm on Fri, Jan 4, 2013.

    Sunny Samuels Posts: 55

    It's kind of had to stop human trafficking or trafficking of any kind while we have such open and porous boarders.



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