NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Susan Ferris Rights, Leslie Carson and Pat Dolan of the League of Women Voters of Berkeley Heights, New Providence and Summit watch as Mayor Brooke Hern reads the signed proclamation, signed by members of the Boro Council, against the practice of Human Trafficking. In addition to raising awareness of this horrendous practice, the proclamation designates January 11th this year and in the future as a day to raise awareness to end Human Trafficking.
League of Women Voters of Berkeley Heights, New Providence and Summit Receives New Providence Government's Support Against Practice of Human Trafficking
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