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Human Trafficking Talk Session for Parents and Children

Human Trafficking Talk Session for Parents and Children

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Monday, May 20th, 2019
7 pm

Creativity Shell
1570 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood

Human Trafficking Talk Session for Parents and Children Event Details:

Nonprofit organization, the Creativity Shell will be hosting an important Human Trafficking Talk Session at their Kingwood studio for parents and children.

The Creativity Shell is on a mission to use creative trades to educate and inspire the next generation of makers. They organization teaches sewing/ textile arts and other home economics classes to students in public libraries, schools and shelters that rescue children from homelessness and human trafficking. Their classes are designed to educate and inspire children by teaching them essential life and practical skills.

Since their incorporation in 2015, the Creativity Shell has been actively involved in teaching sewing/textile arts and other creative classes to homeless and human trafficking survivors in Houston area shelters. In 2018, the Creativity Shell was recognized by the US House of Representatives for their Hearts for a Fresh Start Campaign where children sewed hearts on to wash cloths and delivered them sex trafficking survivors.

The Stomp Out Human Trafficking Campaign was launched on June 21, 2018 as a way to talk to children about human trafficking. With many children out of school for the summer, this is a great time to educate the children about the dangers that are lurking in local parks, swimming pools and on the internet.

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