Public Hearing, September 19th: Ending the Exploitation of Women and Girls: Exploring Future Goals and Objectives

According to the Cook County Commission on Women's Issues, there are more people being bought and sold at this moment than in the entire 300-year history of the Atlantic Slave Trade. This public hearing on the efforts of Cook County Government to end the exploitation of women and girls will take place on Thursday, September 19 in the Cook County Board Room, 118 N Clark, Room 567. The hearing begins at 9:00 am. Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, and Peggy A . Montes, Chairperson of the Cook County Commission on Women's Issues will be among the 10+ speakers at the event. To RSVP, please contact April S. Williams at 312-603-4288. The event is sponsored by the Cook County Commission on Women's Issues: Jennifer Artis Juana Ballesteros Carnice Carey Dr. Frances G. Carroll Dorian K. Carter Rebecca Darr Cheryl A. Ealey Linda Fleming Carmen Flores-Rance Dr. Harvette Grey Trina Janes Dr. Ann Kalayil Marjorie A. Manchen Alyx Pattison Andrea A. Raila Hon. Ginger Rugai Dr. Aparna Sen-Yeldandi Jacquelyn M. Small Charlene Vickery Hon. Anne Zickus


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