A powerful alliance is formed when religious women and men, ecumenical and interfaith groups, nonprofit partners and local community members join together to bring about change. Whether it concerns our food, clothes or household products, it is incumbent upon each of us to raise our consciousness about the human story in the supply chain. Please join us as Sister Linda Haydock, Congregational Leader of the Sisters of the Holy Names, defines human trafficking including where and how it is taking place, tracks progress made and provides practical ways we can all be involved in changing business practices for the common good. There is no cost to attend but space is limited. Please RSVP by Sept. 19 to reserve seats.