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Together We Can Fight to End Exploitation - Virtual Live Broadcast Presentation

SC Johnson Community Interest Programs – Now Virtual through an interactive Live Broadcast 


In support of Human Trafficking Awareness month, Fight to End Exploitation (FEE) will lead two programs to raise awareness on human trafficking in Wisconsin.

Both programs will begin with a screening of the documentary “Nameless” that addresses child sex trafficking. Through interviews with experts, advocates and activists, child sex trafficking is reframed as a form of sexual violence that is often made invisible. According to Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul, since 2013, sex trafficking cases have notably increased.1

The film will be followed by a presentation and Q&A session with panel members:

  • Karri Hemmig, FEE co-founder; member of Human Trafficking Task Forces in Racine and Milwaukee
  • Neal Lofy, FEE co-founder; Racine Police Department investigator assigned as a Special Federal Officer on the FBI Wisconsin Human Trafficking Task Force
  • Melania Brostowitz, FEE executive director 

Fight To End Exploitation
is a nonprofit organization and collaborative network that exists to end human trafficking in Wisconsin through prevention, intervention and restoration. FEE works with system partners including law enforcement, human services, child advocacy centers, sexual assault services, counselors, hospitals, legal advocates and school districts. 

The 48-minute documentary, “Nameless,” is not rated; due to the nature of the content, it may not be suitable for all viewers.

Program for professionals who work with youth Tuesday, January 26, 2020 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Program for parents, teens and the general public Thursday, January 28, 2020 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.