Abolition of modern-day slavery event attracts scores of students

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Sidewalk forum with End It Movement Road Team proves educational

The End It Movement Road Team, which is traveling to the nation’s campuses to raise awareness and help free the world’s slaves, visited Kennesaw State Monday, March 11. A sidewalk forum coordinated by KSU’s student chapters of the International Justice Mission and Cru, along with Student Success Services, brought the issue to the forefront of KSU students.

Alpharetta-based End It Movement Road Team. Road Team members Kevin and Todd parked their colorful van on the sidewalk in front of The Commons to educate the KSU community and draw attention to the plight of the estimated more than 27 million slaves around the world.

For more information, please contact: Gabe Lytle, KSU senior and forum organizer; Jake Gross, director, Orientation and Transition Programs; or Emily Laney, instructor, Department of Social Work and Human Services.

-- Robert S. Godlewski