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By Tony Ault
Staff Writer 

Human trafficking discussion held at Menifee MSJC offers warning


Last updated 5/10/2019 at 3:46am

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Los Angeles human rights attorney D.W. Duke gives a history of slavery and today's human trafficking problems and new laws surrounding them during a Human Trafficking discussion at Mt. San Jacinto College's Menifee campus, Room 927, Thursday, May 2.

Some startling facts and a warning to parents of teens were relayed during a frank discussion on the growing menace of human trafficking plaguing the local communities and most of the world, May 2, during a special meeting held at the Mt. San Jacinto College Campus in Menifee.

The meeting hosted by MSJC teacher Dr. Vera Stamenkovic brought Anne-Michelle Ellis, previous coordinator San Bernardino Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation, and D.W. Duke. Los Angeles attorney, author and lecturer involved in human rights in the Middle East, to talk about human trafficking victims that include mil...

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