Human trafficking is a big problem in Dallas. That’s why organizations such as New Friends New Life and Traffick911 go to work every day to rescue girls from helpless situations. But there’s more to be done. Saint Michael’s and All Angels Episcopal Church is hosting the Dallas Symposium on Human Trafficking from 9 a.m. to noon this Saturday, April 18 at the church.
The Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, The Roman Catholic Diocese of Dallas, and the American Friends of the Anglican Centre Rome are just of a few of the faith-based organizations coming together to stop trafficking. Use the hashtag #stopslaverydallas to spread the word about the event and mission.
“All people of good will, and especially people of faith, have a moral obligation to do all that they can to put an end to human trafficking,” said Bishop Kevin J. Farrell of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Dallas.
Here’s a video from the Global Freedom Network that St. Michael’s has posted on the event page: