On Thursday, October 28th, L.A. Stop the Traffik hosted an event at UCLA called Vulnerability & Coercion: Human Trafficking in LA. LAST invited panel speakers to discuss various issues regarding the industry of human trafficking. Thank you so much to our panel speakers: Emily Aptaker, Life Skills Facilitator for the Human Trafficking Program at the Dream […]Read More LAST hosts event, Vulnerability & Coercion: Human Trafficking in LA
Interested in a leadership role on campus? Apply for LA Stop the Traffik Co-President and lead an organization dedicated to increasing awareness about human trafficking! Applications are due January 12th for the co-president position. Interviews will be held from January 16th to the 23rd, with the final decisions released on January 26th. Training will be an […]Read More Interested in a Leadership role with LAST?
During the week of April 17th, LAST had the pleasure of volunteering with various events held during Shut Out Human Trafficking Week. Shut Out Human Trafficking Week at UCLA was an initiative of UCLA Athletics that dedicated a week to various events highlighting the various issues associated with human trafficking. LAST members had the opportunity of […]Read More LAST volunteers with Shut Out Human Trafficking Week at UCLA
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Today we had our annual art night. This is in collaboration with “Guria’s Freedom Now” for their art exchange. Guria is an NGO in India that was started in 1993 by Ajeet Singh. This organization assists in legalities, aid, and rehabilitation for children and women who have been exploited. For more information, please visit their art […]Read More Artivism: Human Trafficking
Hello everybody! Welcome to 2017 and winter quarter. LA Stop the Traffik is an on-campus organization that addresses the topic of human trafficking. This is one of many problems that we as people need to work on and pay attention to. On January 21st, our members came together and joined fellow UCLA students at the Women’s March Los Angeles. Signs ready and energy […]Read More LAST Joins Women’s March LA
On Saturday January 14th, LA Stop the Traffik had the opportunity to volunteer for a screening of documentary, California’s Forgotten Children. The film is described as: “”California’s Forgotten Children” is a documentary about child sex trafficking and exploitation of children in California. The film focuses on true stories of youth who were sold on the streets […]Read More “California’s Forgotten Children”