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How to Combat Human Trafficking

Tags: Civic Responsibility, Community, Education


By Matt, 17
Recorded at Cornell School District on March 1, 2013
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Matt describes his discussion with local and international schools on Human Rights. Matt explains how he believes we should stop human trafficking.



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By: Jess - almost 7 years ago -
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Matt - You are so well spoken on this issue!



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