Hope College Human Trafficking Awareness Week: Presentation by Hope for the Voiceless led by Luke Hassevoort

February 20, 2013 | 7:00 PM |
Maas Auditorium

Hope for the Voiceless was founded by a group of students from a variety of backgrounds, with different experiences, perceptions and opinions with one thing in common—they believe the world can change. 

They founded the organization to wake the world up to the problem of human trafficking and to help audiences recognize their own culpability in the problem.  Luke Hassevoort is a 2012 graduate from the University of Michigan with a BA in Psychology and minors in Health and Gender Studies.

Co-sponsored by the Women’s Studies Program, Hope United for Justice, International Studies Program, Department of History, Department of Religion, Department of Economics, Management and Accounting, Department of Political Science, Department of Philosophy, Department of Sociology, Department of Communication, Dean of the Chapel’s Office, Dean of Arts and Humanities, Dean of Social Science, Dean for International Education and Multicultural Life.