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WPBS-TV ANOUNCES PUBLIC EYE WITH JEFF COLE SPECIAL EDITION: HUMAN TRAFFICKING

December 30, 2014, Watertown, NY – WPBS-DT presents, Public Eye with Jeff Cole Special Edition:  Human Trafficking.  In collaboration with the Jefferson and St. Lawrence County Branches of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), St. Joseph’s Sisters of Social Justice, Flower Memorial Library and other partners, the entire month of January will shine the spotlight on this difficult, but vital discussion. Is it in the North Country, what does it look like, who are its victims?  Those are just a couple of the questions we’ll attempt to uncover during Human Trafficking month on WPBS.

In conjunction with the taping of Public Eye with Jeff Cole Special Edition:  Human Trafficking, WPBS will also host a Cinema Six event that will invite the community to participate and become a part of the ‘live’ studio audience during the taping of this special.  This will give the public a chance to engage in conversation with the panelists, share resources and enjoy refreshments.  Cinema Six presents Public Eye with Jeff Cole Special Edition:  Human Trafficking, January 15th from 6 – 8pm at the WPBS Studio located at 1056 Arsenal St. in Watertown.  Engage in the discussion, share your stories and become a part of the solution as we tape this special on human trafficking.

WPBS-TV will also broadcast several programs related to this topic during the month of January:

The Pink Room
Monday, January 5th at 10 pm

Turning Oppression into Opportunity
Saturday, January 17th at 4 pm & January 27th at 11:30 pm

Too Close to Home
Saturday, January 17th at 4:30 pm  & January 26th at 11:30 pm

Half the Sky
Saturday, January 17th at 5 pm

Public Eye with Jeff Cole: Human Trafficking
Monday, January 19th at 10 pm &  January 25th at 8 am

A Path Appears
Monday, January 26th at 10 pm

Interested in a more resources on human trafficking? Log onto wpbstv.org for additional information.

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