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Tour Against Trafficking Raises Money and Awareness

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    October 12, 2015
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Parishioners and leaders in the Episcopal Diocese of San Joaquin wanted to do something about human trafficking, so they organized a bike ride…

The Tour Against Trafficking campaign will raise not just money but awareness too, because the issue is growing.  Bishop David Rice, one of participants, said it’s an injustice many local residents may not be aware of — even though it is probably going on somewhere near where they live.  “Sex and labor trafficking happens in every city in the Central Valley,” said Bishop David Rice.

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