UNDATED (WHTC) -- An anti-trafficking community forum is scheduled for next Wednesday, February 5th in Grand Rapids. While Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is the keynote speaker, a representative of Wedgewood Christian Ministries, an agency that helps those being trafficked, is also scheduled to speak. Leah Sherman, spokesperson for Stop Trafficking of Resident Minors, says that the coalition gets in touch with groups that may come into contact with someone being trafficked. That would include teachers and school counselors but also includes youth groups such as young life groups, Girl Scouts and student council members. The forum is next Wednesday beginning at 6 P.M. at the William Seidman Center at the Grand Rapids GVSU campus.
Story by: Diane E Coston