As part of the continuing Victoria Woodhull: Phoenix Rising series, The Robbins Hunter Museum will be hosting a roundtable on Humanitarian Advocacy: Women assisting the disadvantaged. We will discuss issues that Victoria fought for in her own lifetime, like domestic violence and the problems surrounding prostitution. Our panelists for the evening will be:
Hannah Estabrook - Franklin County Municipal Court, Coordinator of CATCH Court that serves victims of prostitution and human trafficking.
Michelle Hannan- The Anti-Human Trafficking Program Director for The Salvation Army in Central Ohio
Tricia Hufford- Director of Domestic Violence Services, The Woodlands Serving Central Ohio
The presentations will be enlightening and thought-provoking and the following discussion will surely be powerful. Don’t miss this very important conversation!
Held at the Robbins Hunter Museum
Doors open at 7 ~ Program begins promptly at 7:30
Program is presented in partnership with Denison University; faculty/staff/students are invited to attend free of charge.
Members of Robbins Hunter Museum and all students may also participate free of charge. We only ask that you pre-register so that we are able to accommodate the size of our audience. Please fill out the form below.