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Nicholas Kristof: Stories of Survival and Courage from the Fight to End Human Trafficking

The Plan II Honors Program at the University of Texas at Austin presents the 2012 Liz Carpenter Lecture :: 7:00 pm :: February 13 :: LBJ Auditorium

Posted: January 5, 2012
Nicholas Kristof:  Stories of Survival and Courage from the Fight to End Human Trafficking

Nicholas Kristof: Stories of Survival and Courage from the Fight to End Human Trafficking

 

Writing for the New York Times, Nick Kristof has travelled the globe to document the ongoing traffic of women and girls sold into sexual slavery. Through his Pulitzer Prize winning column, Kristof has introduced readers to heroes fighting to end human trafficking, including survivors who have become activists themselves.   

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Nicholas Kristof addresses human trafficking.  Writing for the New York Times, Kristof has travelled the globe to document the ongoing traffic of women and girls sold into sexual slavery. Through his column, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 2006, Kristof has introduced readers to heroes fighting against human trafficking and survivors who have become activists themselves.

Kristof will deliver the 2012 Liz Carpenter Lecture in the The Lady Bird Johnson Auditorium, which is located in the building that houses the LBJ Museum and Library on the UT Austin Campus..

Follow Nicholas Kristof on Twitter at @NickKristof.

 

 

7 p.m. Monday, February 13
In the Lady Bird Johnson AuditoriumNicholas Kristof

The LBJ Auditorium is located at 2313 Red River Street on the UT Austin campus.

This event is free and open to the public.

 No RSVP is required.

 

While supplies last, honors students may request (in person) a free copy of Kristof's book Half the Sky at the front desk of the Joynes Reading Room.

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