Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Mercy Ministries On Campus At Tennessee State University

Students are some of the most passionate and effective activists in our country. Mercy Ministries is excited to hit the campus of Tennessee State University this week to share what college students can do to help end sex trafficking, one victim at a time. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority will host a fashion show this Wednesday called “What Not to Wear” at the TSU Women’s Center starting at 7:22 PM. During the intermission, Mercy Ministries Volunteer Directors of Student Relations, Dave and Kristy Spring, will talk about what Mercy is doing to help victims of domestic sex trafficking and how students can get involved.

They will also invite everyone to a forum hosted by Mercy Ministries on Thursday at 4:22 PM. This event will also be held at the Women’s Center at TSU and will be an open discussion with a panel of experts on sex trafficking in the U.S. Students will learn not only about the magnitude of the issue of domestic sex trafficking but what they can do to help.

Lots of groups are raising awareness about sex trafficking in the U.S., but Mercy Ministries is actually DOING something about it. We need some fearless, cutting-edge leaders to take their college campuses by storm and start a revolution to help our sisters, daughters, and friends who have been brutalized by this horrific crime. For more information about how you can help end sex trafficking, one victim at a time, go to http://www.endsextrafficking.com/. We hope to see you on campus!