SUNDAY AT THE FORUM LOCATION: Great Hall (unless otherwise noted) TIME: 10:05 am
Sunday, November 24, 2019 The Crisis of Human Trafficking, Part 2 of 2: Why All Our Children are Vulnerable and How to Protect Them
Each year thousands of children, average age of 11-15, are trafficked right here from our own communities in and around NYC. A growing number of youth under the age of 18 are at high risk for exploitation. Lima James, Director of Education & Community Engagement and Training Specialist on Human Trafficking at LifeWay Network, an organization that works to end human trafficking, discusses signs that indicate children are at risk for trafficking and reflects on what we can do to protect the children in our lives.
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The Vanderbilt Doors: Matthew Moretz gives a visual presentation on the great (yet hidden) bronze doors of the Vanderbilt portal. Explore the beauty and meaning of these more than a century-old masterpieces.
Buddy’s guest was Stephanie Odegard, St. Bart’s parishioner and international leader in contemporary design, who has dedicated her career to assisting artisans in developing countries promote and preserve their traditional crafts...
Buddy’s guest was Todd Bouldin, active St. Bart’s parishioner, corporate trainer and organizational development consultant, who received his M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary. Todd has a special passion for the Advent texts...