Monday, January 12, 2015

Photos: A candlelight vigil for Human Trafficking Awareness Day

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A couple hundred people attended a candlelight vigil at River Park Square on Sunday for Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Approximately 27 million people are currently enslaved around the world. Speakers included Pastor Amber Dawn McCall who was born into human trafficking 38 years ago in British Columbia. She was rescued and raised by her aunt and uncle in Sandpoint from age of 6, after her mother died.


click to enlarge Milling Goodman shows her 7 year old son Gabriel "Looking Below The Surface," a multimedia collage. - YOUNG KWAK
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  • Milling Goodman shows her 7 year old son Gabriel "Looking Below The Surface," a multimedia collage.

click to enlarge Lewis and Clark freshman Rayna Flores, left, and 14 year old Sacajawea Middle School 8th grader Ellary Lockwood perform. - YOUNG KWAK
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  • Lewis and Clark freshman Rayna Flores, left, and 14 year old Sacajawea Middle School 8th grader Ellary Lockwood perform.

click to enlarge Lutheran Community Services Northwest Advocacy and Prevention Director Erin Williams Heuter - YOUNG KWAK
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  • Lutheran Community Services Northwest Advocacy and Prevention Director Erin Williams Heuter

click to enlarge Lutheran Community Services Northwest Anti-Human Trafficking Coordinator Mabel Elsom - YOUNG KWAK
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  • Lutheran Community Services Northwest Anti-Human Trafficking Coordinator Mabel Elsom


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