Learn about human trafficking at Oct. 24 presentation

The Federal Way Coalition Against Human Trafficking hosts a Human Trafficking 101 presentation from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at the Ron Sandwith Teen Center, 31455 28th Ave. S.

Melanie Ferrer-Vaughn, an outreach specialist with Seneca Family Agencies, will talk about human trafficking and what can be done to stop it.

Ferrer-Vaughn works to educate people about the commercial sexual exploitation of children and how to identify, engage and connect youth with resources. She has helped youth and families heal from sexual abuse and domestic violence.

Food will be provided at the presentation. For more information, go to fwcat.org. Learn more about Ferrer-Vaughn at senecafoa.org/csec.

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