Human Trafficking: Modern Day Slavery
Featured speaker: Rani Hong
Hong is a trafficking survivor and founder of the Tronie foundation which established the “homes of freedom” shelters for women children suffering from the exploitation of human trafficking.
The Tronie Foundation web presence can be located at
From that site:
Rani is a national and international speaker. She has contributed to the crafting of precedent-setting Washington state laws and has participated as an advisor to U.S. Congress and to other International Parliaments. Additionally, Rani is a United States American Embassy speaker for the Department of State. She has been recognized as the National Woman of Courage by the Moms in Business Network, and named a Soroptomist Regional Winner for Women Making A Difference. Rani has shared her story at numerous speaking panels, trainings, churches, evening events and Press conferences. In addition to being the spokesperson for The Tronie Foundation, Rani works with journalists in print, radio, and broadcast to be a voice for the enslaved.
Human Trafficking: Modern Day Slavery is presented by the
Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center and co-sponsored by the
Archdiocese of Portland - Office of Justice and Peace
Providence Portland Medical Center Auditorium
4805 NE Glisan Street