Human Trafficking Survivor Speaks at NMU

Thursday 20, 2012


      MARQUETTE, Mich.—Northern Michigan University will host a presentation by Chong Kim, an Asian-American survivor of human trafficking and child sex exploitation, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, in the Michigan Room in the University Center.

      Kim is a former Marquette resident who now resides in northern Texas. She has traveled extensively to share her story and spread her message. She works with non-profit organizations to help fellow victims of human trafficking and volunteers as a legal advocate in the state of Minnesota. 

      Tickets are available at the door. They are free for NMU students and $2 for the general public. Platform Personalities and the Student Activity Fee are sponsoring this presentation. 

Alyssa Bersine
Student Writer