Michigan Anti Human Trafficking Groups Sing Out Against Modern Day Slavery January 21 at Eastern Michigan University Student Center



Ypsilanti, MI – In recognition of Human Trafficking Awareness Month, the EMU Student Group Unmasked is partnering with MAP (Michigan Abolitionist Project-Ann Arbor), SOAP Washtenaw (Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution), and Lost Voices to bring you an afternoon of music and information about this endemic problem and how we can fight back against it.

When:  January 21, 2018 from 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Where: Eastern Michigan University’s Student Center, 900 Oakwood St., Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Price: $20 suggested donation, $5 students. Tickets at the door in advance at www.emutix.com. Free for Survivors. All are welcome regardless of ability to pay. Proceeds will be distributed to Unmasked, MAP Ann Arbor, Lost Voices, SOAP, Sanctum House, Eve’s Angels, and Sister Survivors.

An amazing festival-style musical offering will be provided by artists affiliated with Lost Voices, a group of Michigan singer-songwriters who help kids heal from all sorts of trauma by helping write and perform original music. Hosted by humorist, musician, and Lost Voices Founder Mike Ball, the afternoon will feature Josh White Jr, Annie & Rod Capps, Jen Cass & Eric Janetsky, Sharon Tse & John Finan, and Bobby Pennock.

“Along with the music, guest speakers will help you learn how to get involved to end modern day slavery,” says Mike Ball of Lost Voices. “Find out about the human trafficking problem in Michigan, and how you can support the programs that help survivors to heal and transform their pain into strength.”

Speakers include: