CCT Leads Human Trafficking Victim/Survivor Research

The Center for Community Transformation (CCT) has for three years been pioneering a groundbreaking research project for victims of human trafficking in central California and the agencies that serve them. Working with 26 agencies from Bakersfield to Merced, the CCT has created the first-ever data project focused on gathering the kinds of data that will serve agencies as they seek to prevent and end this form of modern slavery. The final phase of the project involves collecting data and perspective from victims and survivors. The CCT will need help sorting/categorizing the data it collects. If you would like to help, contact Randy White (randy.white@fresno.edu )   for more info.

 

Randy White, D.Min.

Executive Director

FPU Center for Community Transformation

Associate Professor of Community Transformation

Interim Program Director MA CLT Degree

 

Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary

1717 S Chestnut Ave., Box 12, Fresno, CA 93702

559.453.2366 (office) 559.285.9206 (cell)

Website: www.cctfresno.org