Photos of the Frontier Gallery human trafficking event taken by Alex Cornell du Houx and Morgan Rogers.
By Morgan Rogers first published in Maine Insights
The Frontier Gallery, in Brunswick, and local artists held an event to raise awareness of human trafficking on April 11th that informed, entertained, and connected community members to a serious issue that continues to challenge the world today.
Local bands joined together to perform a benefit concert for the “Not Here” Conference on Human Trafficking, which also screened the feature-length documentary #standwithme.
Human trafficking continues to be a global issue with currently 30 million people enslaved.
The Not Here Justice in Action Network, a Maine based grassroots effort focused on engaging communities to address human trafficking, brought awareness to the issue by holding a night of art, music, sculpture, and film. Read more