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Human trafficking survivior and Texas Wesleyan University alumna Rebekah Charleston shares her story on at a human traffiking panel last year. Charleston got her bachelor’s in Criminal Justice.
Photo by Hannah Lathen

Human Trafficking: A former student’s story

April 4, 2019

Rebekah Charleston has much to celebrate. Charleston received her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice at Texas Wesleyan in December 2016 and her master’s in Criminal Justice from the University...

Rebekah Charleston (far left), a sex trafficking survivor and Wesleyan alum, shared her story at a panel held Oct. 1 hosted by Albert Roberts (far right), a former assistant district attorney.
Photo by Hannah Lathen

Trafficking issues need to be recognized

November 13, 2018

Human trafficking is one of the less talked-about issues happening in the United States, but it is one of the most important. According to the International Labour Organization, more than 40 million people...

Latasha R. Jackson-McDougle speaks at Human Trafficking Awareness event.
photo by: Chalon Anderson

Human Trafficking Event Raises Awareness

Chalon Anderson January 24, 2017

Texas Wesleyan University hosted the third annual Stalking and Human Trafficking Awareness event Tuesday afternoon.The event began at 12:15 p.m. in Martin Hall; students and faculty learned about the Reaching...

Photo illustration by: Brianna Kessler

Wesleyan presents Human Trafficking Awareness Night

Rowan Lehr January 26, 2016

Human Trafficking Awareness Night, a free event presented by the Social Justice Club, Sociology and Criminal Justice departments and Student Life, is on Thursday. The evening is intended to raise awareness...

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