Human Trafficking Survivor Story and Book Signing

The FPU Center for Community Transformation and the Office of Spiritual Formation & Diversity are hosting Debra Rush, CEO of Breaking the Chains, to speak about her journey as a survivor of human trafficking and to sign copies of her new book, A Cry of the Heart. Students, faculty and staff are welcome to come and meet this inspirational and influential leader. You will definitely want a copy of her book as well! The event is on Friday, November 15, 10:00 a.m. in the BC Lounge.

The CCT was chosen by the Mayor of Fresno and the EOC to conduct the valley’s first-ever Human Trafficking data project, coordinating data collection from 23 anti-human trafficking agencies. Breaking the Chains is preeminent among these agencies and has a profound influence.