Teenagers Fight Human Trafficking at Students Opposing Slavery Summit
High school students from eight countries will convene at President Lincoln’s Cottage June 23-27 for the second annual Students Opposing Slavery International Summit.
June 18, 2014. Thirty teenagers from five states and eight countries will unite at President Lincoln’s Cottage, the “Cradle of the Emancipation Proclamation,” for the second annual Students Opposing Slavery (SOS) International Summit. SOS, a youth engagement program at President Lincoln’s Cottage, is a student-led initiative dedicated to continuing Lincoln’s fight for freedom by raising awareness about human trafficking within a high-risk population – teenagers. At the Summit, this new generation of abolitionists will gain the resources and training to take action against modern slavery. The Summit is from June 23-27 at President Lincoln’s Cottage in Washington, DC. More information is available at www.studentsopposingslavery.org/summit.
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