Coffee Conversations: The Reality of Human Trafficking in Georgia

Presented on: Tuesday, October 13th at 12:00 PM EDT

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Hundreds of boys and girls experience labor and sexual exploitation every day in Atlanta.  During COVID-19, human trafficking has increased exponentially. Join us for a 30-minute conversation about why is this occurring and what we, as individuals, can do to end it. 


  • Deborah Richardson, Honors College Lecturer and Executive Director of The International Human Trafficking Institute
  • Enid Draluck, Robinson College of Business Honorary Alumna and Executive Director of Full Circle Living, Inc.

Alumni Coffee Conversations is a virtual event series featuring insights and stories from a broad range of alumni and faculty experts. These 30-minute events are designed to expand our understanding of the world around us, while also highlighting the best of Georgia State.