UMW umbrella campaign to 'intercept' human trafficking
January 27, 2016
As a demonstration against human trafficking, United Methodist Women (UMW) will form lines of open umbrellas outside Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., to symbolize defense against human trafficking. The demonstration targets the Feb. 7 Super Bowl because such events "intensify the space where human trafficking can occur," according to the organization.
Those who won't be in the San Francisco area for the demonstration can still show support through the UMW's "Intercept the Traffickers" photo and social media campaign. Click here
for resources and information, or contact Susie Johnson, UMW's executive for public policy, (202) 488-5660 or CSADC@unitedmethodistwomen.org
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