LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- A conference on human trafficking at the University of Louisville will feature an additional speaker, and the university says there will be no charge for admission.
Although the $15 ticket charge has been removed, the school does advise making reservations online.
Among the speakers at the Wednesday event are Theresa Flores, a child sex trafficking survivor; Colleen Clines, director of the Anchal Project, a nonprofit group that assists women in India; and Toshia Kimbler, a human trafficking survivor.
The program, titled "Modern Day Slavery: Breaking the Chains," is scheduled for 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. EST at the Red Barn on the school's Belknap Campus. It's organized by the Women 4 Women student chapter and U of L Women's Center.