SHUT OUT HUMAN TRAFFICKING and raise awareness in our community.


Upcoming events:

  • Two viewings of the movie “Sold” which follows a young woman who risks everything for freedom after being trafficking from her mountain village in Nepal to a brothel in India.
    • Lunch and Learn: Monday, January 30th @ 11:50am in the Roths Alumni Center (please RSVP to by Wednesday January 25th)
    • Wednesday, February 1st @ 6:00pm in the Roths Alumni Center (Pizza Provided) (please RSVP to by Wednesday January 25th)
  • St. Bakhita’s Feast Day                      February 8, 2017Bakhita was a victim of trafficking herself and is the patron saint of people who are trafficked
    • Mass   Wednesday,   12:05 PM    St. John’s Chapel
    • Prayer Service  Wednesday,  February 8, 2017   12:30 PM Mabee Dining Center
  • Lunch and Learn: Showing of tape by Pranitha Timothy, Director of International Justice Mission followed by discussion
    • Wednesday, March 8, 2017       12:00 PM        Roth’s Alumni CenterRSVP: 



      Events co-sponsored by the Gerber Institute for Catholic Studies, Newman University Athletics Department, and Campus Ministry Office.


One Response to “SHUT OUT HUMAN TRAFFICKING: Spring 2017”

  • Rena on April 18, 2017 said:

    You’re right, anything involving the pecs is more difficult with AC joint problems. I still ha287&#ev1n;t gotten my bench press weight back to the pre-injury status (this is 3 years later), but I’m close. There’s no pain at this point, just a general feeling of instability along that movement axis. My working hypothesis is that the scapula has more freedom to move around.the best you can do is to take it easy and back off on the weights until the pain is gone. Oh, and sit up straight when you’re studying

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