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Red Sand event raises awareness of human trafficking

The sidewalks in front of the Rimrock Mall were lined with red sand Saturday as members of the Yellowstone County Human Trafficking Prevention and Awareness Taskforce and volunteers from the Zonta Club of Billings and others participated in the day-long event to raise awareness of human trafficking and to promote the group’s event coming up in April.

The April 16th event is scheduled to be at MSU Billings’ Peaks to Plains Park, but the location could be changed due to the university’s coronavirus-related closures.

In addition to spreading sand, volunteers handed out small plastic bags of sand for the public to spread in their community, and staffed a table in Rimrock Mall to educate the public on signs of human trafficking and how to prevent it.

To read more: https://billingsgazette.com/news/local/photos-red-sand-event-raises-awareness-of-human-trafficking/collection_8e9d7948-5b16-5612-9c7e-a830ecaf7d38.html?fbclid=IwAR3r-kdHa9h6UVFtcItlwLx_a-Hx5DSGRLQPUHUSLf7c5YsyuUsG6jkWi3I

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