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Dottie Laster Speaks at Youth for Human Rights International Celebrity Studded Benefit

Actress Marisol Nichols (“GCB”) and Dr. Mary Shuttleworth hosted a celebrity benefit for Youth for Human Rights International at Eva Longoria’s restaurant Beso in Hollywood on Tuesday, March 25 2014. The celebrities in Hollywood love to come out for a good cause and the benefit for Youth for Human Rights International was no exception. They came out, compete with a red carpet entrance, but with their hearts attached to the cause of human rights for youth around the world. Among those stars, Dottie Laster was honored to speak about her achievements within the issue of global human trafficking. No stranger among celebrities, Laster has served as technical advisor and/or producer of TV and movie projects for all major networks, and several motion picture production companies, and has worked with noted celebrities to raise funds and awareness about the issue of human trafficking. When introducing Terry Crews and his wife, Rebecca, actress Marisol Nichols referred to Dottie as the “bad ass!” Laster replied to Crews, “When going after the bad guys I think I’m as big as you are!” Dottie Laster …

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Dottie Laster Presenting at Coastal Bend Coalition Against Modern Day Slavery 3rd Annual Symposium

  On Friday, April 11, 2014 Dottie Laster will be speaking to an audience of law enforcement, health care providers, CPS personnel, mental health service providers, social workers, and citizens at the 3rd Annual Coastal Bend Coalition Against Modern Slavery Symposium being held at Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, Texas. The event will be from 9-4 (Central time), registration begins at 8:30 am. A day to exchange information to raise awareness and educate about the issue of human trafficking, the symposium also wishes to provide solutions and tools to combat the injustice of modern slavery in the Coastal Bend region of Texas. “Make no mistake-human trafficking is not just a global problem. It is a national crisis-one that every parent, every teacher, every policymaker, and every law enforcement official must work to understand-and must help to address.” Eric Holder US Attorney General – April 2012 Dottie Laster has spent over 10 years in the effort of the anti-human trafficking movement nationally, and in her home state of Texas. She is the co-founder of the San Antonio, Texas Coalition …

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Human Trafficking Comes to College

“Human Trafficking Comes to College” On Tuesday, March 5, 2014 Northwest Vista College in San Antonio, Texas hosts human trafficking expert, Dottie Laster for three class sessions at the Cyprus Campus Center, room 121-122, 3535 N. Ellison Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78251. The sessions will be held at 9:30am, 11:00am, and 2:00pm. The classes are free and open to all students, faculty, and the public. Contact Carlos Lopez by telephone at 210-486-4604 or email clopez19@alamo.edu for details. Human Trafficking is invading our country, and especially our college campuses. Raising awareness and educating the public about the dangers of human trafficking has been a mission for Dottie Laster for over 10 years. Her involvement in the movement led to the rescue and restoration of hundreds of victims from all over the country who would still be living in bondage in the commercial sex industry, labor servitude, and modern day slavery. Laster is the co-founder of the San Antonio, Texas, Coalition Against Human Trafficking and the past Administrator of the Orange County, California, Human Trafficking Task Force …

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Dottie Laster Presentations for National Human Trafficking Awareness Month

New Braunfels, Texas resident, Dottie Laster will be involved locally with workshops and presentations honoring 2014 National Human Trafficking Awareness Month throughout the month of January. On January 13 New Braunfels Art League, 239 W. San Antonio St., is sponsoring a jewelry making workshop titled, “Make One, Donate One” from 1-3:30pm where participants will learn to make a piece of jewelry. The piece that’s donated will help benefit victims of human trafficking who are working to become self-sufficient. Students will need to bring flat-nose pliers, chain-nose pliers, and flush cutters if you have them, other supplies to make the bracelets will be provided. To enroll in the class, please call Lynda Medore at (830) 358-0186. The TRAFFICKED Designs and SOS=Save One Soul project began with the idea that it will generate enough funds to support those who need it most, the survivors. The public is invited to attend an educational presentation by Dottie Laster at the New Braunfels Public Library, 700 Common St., at 7pm January 16. Laster’s presentation will cover the basic knowledge of human trafficking, the danger signs to …