Dr. James Todd, assistant 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.