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South Florida Abolitionist of the Year Announced at the 2014 Trafficking In America Conference,
A first time event for the annual Trafficking In America Conference will be a special award presented to one of three finalists chosen from applications submitted for their extraordinary work in the anti-human trafficking efforts in South, Florida.
By: Trafficking In America Task Force
Bonnie Jo Daniels, Program Director for Hope For Freedom of Christ Fellowship in Palm Beach County; Stephanie Bell, of 211 and a member of the Broward Human Trafficking Coalition; and Beppy Bennet, GAL at Florida's Seventeenth Judicial Circuit Courts, the three finalists chosen from applications that were submitted to the conference committee, were surprised in front of their peers on Wednesday. Tanya Meade, conference assistant accompanied Williams on a trek to make the surprise announcements. “It was a wonderful experience,”
The winner of the South Florida Abolitionist of the Year will be announced at the 2014 Human Trafficking Conference. The 4th National event will be held in West Palm Beach, FL at the Airport Hilton, WPB July 16th to 18th. Master of ceremonies for the TIATF Tear Drop Awards luncheon will be Anthony Chambers, radio host of Pay it Forward on WFML 104.7 FM The FLAME and Discover Your Power WIRA 1400 AM.
For more information and to register for the 4th National Trafficking In America Conference please visit www.traffickinginamericaconference.info
About the Trafficking in America Task Force
Trafficking in America Task Force is a 501c3 non-profit charitable organization and has been working since 2004 to educate the American population about the reality of the sale of American women, men, and children into sexual slavery for the profit and pleasure of their perpetrators, and that the forced labor trafficking of both adults and children is real in this country. Our Vision is to help eliminate the human trafficking of women, men and minor children in America, and to provide a culture for our children free of sexual exploitation and slavery, where people know and own their own intrinsic value.