All posts tagged: Frederick Douglass

Dottie Laster

Dottie Laster: Upcoming Human Trafficking Month Events

  January, 2016 is proclaimed asNational Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.  During the month there are ongoing education and awareness opportunities in every city across the nation. Dottie Laster will be appearing at several venues in the San Antonio, TX area to educate citizens about the perils of modern-day slavery. As  National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month folds into February’s Black History Month, Laster will have the opportunity to compare the historical context of slavery to how it applies today. New Braunfels Women’s Chamber of Commerce On Thursday, January 21, 2016 Laster addresses the New Braunfels Women’s Chamber of Commerce. Their luncheon will take place at the Mckenna Events Center, 801 W San Antonio St., New Braunfels, TX 78130 from 11:30am-1pm.  More details can be found at their website: http://nbwcc.com/calendar/#!event/2016/1/21/nbwcc-luncheon San Antonio Against Slavery On Tuesday, January 26, 2016 there will be a screening of the documentary The Cantinera with a question and answer session after the film. Hosting the event is the organization San Antonio Against Slavery and will be held at Wayland Baptist University – Main Campus at …

New Braunfels Public Library, Dottie Laster, Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking Awareness Month Event at New Braunfels Library Hosts Dottie Laster

  Thursday, January 29, 2015 the New Braunfels, Texas Public Library, 700 E. Common St., will be hosting a presentation by Dottie Laster of Bernardo Kohler Center and Laster Global Consulting in honor of National Human Trafficking Awareness Month. The event is free and open to the public to attend and learn about the effects of modern-day slavery. Laster titles her presentation, “What Would Frederick Douglass Do?” based on the life work of the escaped slave and late 1800’s leader of the abolitionist movement, also Laster’s historical mentor. Reminding the audience of the struggles that Douglass was able to overcome, along with his accomplishments and successes, she sheds light on the condition of slavery, then and now. She will share her vision with the audience and not only encourage involvement, but demonstrate ways that everyone can contribute their talents. Being inspired by the work of Frederick Douglass, Dottie Laster has been an inspiration to those whom she has trained and influenced to join the anti-human trafficking movement over the last 10 years. “We have been equipped for the battlefield by …