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Regional Day of Service

Combatting Human Trafficking:
Empowering Black and Brown Women and Children

Did you know human trafficking is an international business that yields $150 Billion? Women and children suffer the effects for a lifetime.


Today, the Eastern Region of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Regional Day of Service is "See Me, Find Me" and its focus is on the plight of missing and exploited Black children and women.


The Eastern Region partnered with the Black and Missing Foundation, Inc. (BAMFI) in the "See Me, Find Me" campaign.

Additionally, the Suffolk County Alumnae Chapter Social Action and International Awareness and Involvement Committees elevated the impact by addressing the topic with a virtual program, "Combating Human Trafficking: Empowering Black and Brown Women and Children." Guest speakers for the evening were Senator Lea Webb, Investigator Erin Meunkle and Wilonda Green. The community was educated and engaged in an informative discussion about this worldwide crisis. We need change to start today.


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International Awareness & Involvement

International Day for the Elimination of Violence
November 25, 2023

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