Liberty Tree Seminar Focuses on Public Policy and Human Trafficking

3/1/2021

PureHOPE Vision Advocate Noel Bouché addreses PBA students during the Liberty Tree seminar on human trafficking last month.Dr. James Toddassistant professor of politics, hosted the third annual Liberty Tree Seminar for PBA students Feb. 19-20. Students discussed the crisis of human trafficking and what policymakers can do to address it. PureHOPE Vision Advocate Noel Bouché served as the keynote speaker.

Liberty Tree is a grant-funded organization that exists to encourage dialogue among college students about important public policy issues. The organization prioritizes liberal arts campuses. Previous seminars at PBA focused on national security & civil liberties and religious liberty.

Photo: PureHOPE Vision Advocate Noel Bouché addreses PBA students during the Liberty Tree seminar on human trafficking last month.