Spencer library to host presentation on human trafficking
For Hub City Times
SPENCER – The truths behind human trafficking are important for adults, parents, and children to understand and recognize to keep themselves and others safe, and the Marathon County Public Library will help provide education during “Myths and Truths: Human Trafficking in Central Wisconsin.”
The presentation will be held on May 23 from 6-7 p.m. at the Spencer Branch, 105 S. Park St., Spencer.
Officer Sarah D’Acquisto from the Wausau Police Department and Brenda Bayer, advocate for The Women’s Community, will give an informative presentation on myths and trends of human trafficking. Sarah and Brenda will cover what human trafficking looks like in central Wisconsin, the myriad of motivations behind trafficking, how social media plays a role in recruitment, red flags, and other topics. There will be time for questions and a discussion at the end of the presentation. The content of this presentation is mature and is intended for teens, young adults, and adults.
For more information, call 715-659-3996 or visit https://mcpl.us/events/6679.