Snapshot: Fishers resident advocates for human trafficking victims  


From left, Senator Todd Young, Andrea Pulice, Michelle Swinney, Elena Troyer, Deanna Mulholland and Lauren Niemeyer. Deanna Mulholland, of Fishers, recently returned from Washington, D.C. after meetings with the Indiana Congressional delegation on the topic of human trafficking and modern day slavery. Pulice joined a group of 220 advocates, including three other Indiana residents, from more than 30 states. The day of advocacy was organized by International Justice Mission, a global human rights organization. Participants met with 190 Congressional offices to build support for U.S. investments to combat modern day slavery abroad. (Submitted photo)

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