Human Trafficking Drama and Monologue
Event Date: January 19, 2013
7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Corban University and Shared Hope International will present a story of modern human slavery on Jan. 19.
The performance and monologue follow the life of a young girl drawn into a life of sex trafficking. “Freedom from the Night” was created by Corban University students Kirstie Walrath and Hayley Dawson, founders of Klados Ministries. It was presented throughout the Pacific Northwest during summer 2012. Walrath is now serving as an Ambassador of Hope with Shared Hope International.
“Our purpose is to raise awareness and by doing so, encourage prevention,” Walrath said. “So many people don’t know this is happening in their own cities.”
The free performance begins at 7 p.m. and will be held in the Psalm Performing Arts Center on Corban’s Salem campus. The campus is located at 5000 Deer Park Dr. SE in Salem.
Freedom from the Night