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S2 E9: Human Trafficking Awareness Month

In the Company of Sister Joan Dawber, SC & Sister Melissa Camardo, SCL

January 14, 2020

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. To aid in spreading this awareness, Sister Elizabeth Greim, D.C., and cohost for the episode, Sister Salvatrice Murphy, D.C., sit down with Sister Melissa Camardo, SCL & Sister Joan Dawber, SC. Both members of the Sisters of Charity Federation, they work for Lifeway Network--an organization that helps victims of human trafficking. Learn more about human trafficking at these websites: - www.justfreedom.org - https://lifewaynetwork.org/ - http://www.usccb.org/about/anti-trafficking-program/human-trafficking.cfm Learn more about the Sisters of Charity Federation: www.sistersofcharityfederation.org

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