South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking's


Changing the Narrative:

Media Impact on the Human Trafficking Movement


Friday January 24, 2020

9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Isaac Newton Senter Auditorium

70 West Hedding

San Jose, CA


Register

The highly-anticipated biennial Human Trafficking Symposium is back with the theme "Changing the Narrative: Media Impact on the Human Trafficking Movement."

Featuring human trafficking workshops for media representatives, victim service providers, survivors, legal service providers, law enforcement, and community outreach agencies.

This training event will be held at the Isaac Newton Senter Auditorium in San Jose on Friday January 24th. This free and sure-to-sell-out event is one you won’t want to miss.


Presentations include:


Keynote Speaker Elesandra DeRomano

(Survivor-Founder of Standing Together Against Real Slavery)


The Media's Impact on Survivors

Deborah Pembrook (Chairwoman of Coalition to End Human Trafficking in Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties)

Perla Flores (Executive Committee Chairperson of the South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking)

Dr. Julietta Hua (San Francisco State University Professor and Author of Trafficking Women's Rights)


Hope-Based and Restorative-Narrative Journalism

Nicole Smith Dahmen (Associate Professor at the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon)


Investigative Journalism and Documentary Filmmaking

Daffodil Altan (Filmmaker of FRONTLINE's Trafficked in America)

Joanna Friedman (Director and Producer of MAGNIFY)

Andres Cediel (Filmmaker of FRONTLINE's Trafficked in America)


Community-Specific Media

Celina Rodriguez (Radio Host of Buenas Tardes con Celina)

Regina Evans (Author and Performer of 52 Letters)

Tatyana Foltz (Social Worker, Advocate, Activist of Tatyana Foltz, LCSW)


Donations to the South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking are tax deductible, and donors will receive a special gift (while supplies last). With a $15 donation, donors will receive a tote bag made by human trafficking survivors in India. With $25, donors will receive a South Bay Coalition t-shirt. With $35, donors will receive a tote bag and t-shirt. With $40, donors will receive two t-shirts. Due to the focus on media participation, this event is expected to provide increased exposure for our sponsors. If you are interested in learning more about sponsorship, please contact kristin@southbayendtrafficking.org.

Thank you to our

2020 supporters!

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NAPIPA

National Asian Pacific Islander Prosecutors Association


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