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SAFE Center Clinical Social Worker Presents at County-Wide Human Trafficking Symposium

Source: The Sentinel | April 10, 2019 

“To educate the public and begin the discussion around a problematic topic, the Prince George’s County Human Trafficking Task Force, Department of Family Services and the Prince George’s County Police Department held a human trafficking symposium on April 6…

​A ​Clinical Social Worker at the University of Maryland SAFE Center Elizabet Martinez talked about the connection between domestic violence and human trafficking. She spoke about the impact of knowing the signs of domestic violence and trafficking and how it can empower people to help others.

Following the presentations, Martinez and representatives from FAIR Girls held sessions for youth and adults for further discussion on the topics of human trafficking and domestic violence.​” ​


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UMD SAFE Center Team Statement on Racial Injustice

The UMD SAFE Center decries the structural racism that remains as a toxic legacy of our country’s history and permeates our society today, and we are working to ensure that we are an actively anti-racist institution.