Come experience the iEmpathize Exhibit: A look into the world of human trafficking though film, photography & artifacts. Join us for this powerful event to learn more about human trafficking here in our state and country, be a part of helping pass groundbreaking legislation, and learn how you can make a difference for victims right here in SE Michigan. The compelling mixed media narrative has child protection, intervention, and restoration themes. The exhibit has been installed at museums, galleries, universities, conferences, festivals, government venues, and more.
The Empathy Exhibit will be open from 1pm-8:30pm. At 6pm there will be a Justice Rally with guest speaker, Brad Riley, president & founder of iEmpathize.
Also this week: See the Empathy Exhibit at the Michigan State Capitol building, Room 53
Wednesday, November 13 3-5pm
Thursday, November 14 9am-2pm
In conjunction with the introduction of a 19-bill package to combat human trafficking in Michigan by State Senator Judy Emmons, we are offering a powerful and interactive art experience. The exhibit typically takes about 20 minutes so come and go as you like. Join us to be inspired and learn how you can help make sure this crucial legislation is passed.