OSWEGO — A judge, investigator, immigration policy attorney and a specialist in worker justice will appear as guest speakers for a panel discussion titled “Human Trafficking in NY” at 2 p.m. March 31, in Room 114 of SUNY Oswego’s Marano Campus Center.
A presentation of the Cutler Foundation and the college’s public justice department, the event and its speakers will seek to raise awareness that human trafficking does not only happen abroad — the reality is that it happens in the United States and in New York State.
Guest speakers will include Judge Theodore H. Limpert of Syracuse City Court; Capt. Mark Lincoln of the state Bureau of Criminal Investigation; Estelle Davis, counsel to the state Labor Department’s Division of Immigrant Policies and Affairs; and Gonzalo Martinez, a human-trafficking specialist at the Worker Justice Center of New York, a multicultural, multilingual legal service provider and advocate for justice.
Light refreshments will be available.
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