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‘Awareness through Art’ to shed light on human trafficking

The WIRED coffee shop will be displaying artwork from Dec. 4-8 to help raise awareness for human trafficking. All proceeds collected through donations will go to the Fuller House, an organization committed to preventing sexual exploitation and human trafficking in South Africa.

Riley Guerzini, News Editor

November 28, 2017

Human trafficking is on the rise in the world and Peyton Farmer is hoping to combat that. Farmer, a senior social work major, is collecting donations of any type of age-appropriate artwork to display at WIRED coffee shop in downtown Evansville as part of an effort to bring awareness to human traffickin...

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