The iEmpathize exhibit will be at the Denver Capitol building all day to tell the stories of children trafficked for sexual exploitation to the Colorado legislators. Educating them on the realities of trafficking in Colorado and what legislative changes they make to most impact these kids.
Many of the events of the day will be for legislators only, but here is the schedule for the public:
8:30-9am Set up an appointment to meet with one of your legislators
9-10:30am The public is welcome to sit in the galley above the House and Senate Chambers while a Human Trafficking Resolution is presented by the House and Senate.
12:30-1:15pm Rally on the West Steps: Including a Brief music selection from Marta Burton’s production of “Unbounded: Breaking the chains of Modern Slavery” followed by 1-2 minutes comments from a variety of public officials, private and non-profit leaders, including Attorney General John Suthers and Denver Chief of Police Robert White.
1:30 -3pm The iEmpathize Exhibit will continue to be on display in the Capitol, north of the Rotunda.