Indigenous women are going missing at an alarming rate

Reprinted from the March Network page 1 & 3 NoraFitzsimmons     Indigenous women have gone missing or been murdered at an alarming rate across the United States. Only about 11 percent of students out of the 253 surveyed in the February/March Survey felt informed about the status of missing Native American women in the U.S., yet… Read More Indigenous women are going missing at an alarming rate

Human Trafficking Awareness Club educates girls

BellaSyslo “We wanted to open girls’ eyes to an issue that is huge in and around Omaha and bring awareness to the halls of Marian,” Human Trafficking Awareness Club moderator Ms. Caitlin Gaule said.  The club has been raising awareness surrounding the topic of human trafficking since the spring of 2017. The club’s founder, senior… Read More Human Trafficking Awareness Club educates girls

Human Trafficking event informs Marian community about dangers of sex trafficking

ellierommelfanger According to the Coalition on Human Trafficking, more people live in slavery today than any other time in history. This statistic isn’t talking about the kind of slavery that students learn about in social studies courses; it is talking about human trafficking. More than 250,000 people are sex-trafficked in the United States every year,… Read More Human Trafficking event informs Marian community about dangers of sex trafficking