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Scenes from the Red Sand Walk for Human Trafficking Awareness

Faculty, staff, students and friends of the College braved the cold air on Nov. 22, 2016 to raise awareness about the vulnerabilities that can lead to human trafficking and exploitation. During the Red Sand Walk for Human Trafficking Awareness, participants were giving bags of red sand to pour into the sidewalk cracks as the group traveled from Spring Garden Street to City Hall, where the event culminated in a press conference that shed light on the local and global victims of human trafficking. The Red Sand Project is an activist artwork created to raise awareness of human trafficking and modern-day slavery.
 
Watch highlights of the Red Sand Walk and press conference.