Human Trafficking Performance

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Join the class of Human Trafficking: Historical, Legal, and Medical Perspectives for a moving presentation by Regina Y. Evans, a Modern Day Abolitionist in the fight against sex trafficking. Her most current stage play, 52 Letters, brings awareness to the issue of sex trafficking in the United States.


52 Letters Synopsis and Information

52 Letters is a one-woman poetic stage play, written, performed and directed by Oakland, CA, native Regina Y. Evans. Through the use of poetry and Negro Spirituals, 52 Letters brings awareness to the tragedy of sex trafficking and its effects upon American youth and women. 52 Letters was honored to win a 2013 Best Of The San Francisco Fringe Festival Award.




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