Sex trafficking seminar to be held

Review Staff Report

On Tuesday, Sept. 6, from 12:30-1:30 p.m., history professor Kelly Erby will be hosting a discussion and lecture on Sex trafficking in the United States. The event will be held in the Lincoln Room of the Memorial Union.

Topics being discussed will include the differences between a prostitute and a sex worker, and some of the more misunderstood aspects that go along with human trafficking.

A presentation will also be given by theatre and women and gender studies professor Sharon Sullivan, which will describe the realities that come with sexual exploitation in the U.S. and the gender issues that go along with it.

For more information contact Kelly Erby by email at [email protected]