Exodus Cry is excited to announce the opening of our Human Trafficking Awareness Center on January 11, National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. The center will be the first of its kind, giving an interactive, hands-on look at the issue of modern slavery. It will be located on Main Street of Grandview, Missouri.
The awareness center will consist of various exhibits and artifacts, each covering a different facet of the modern slavery issue, with a particular focus on sex slavery. We have collected authentic artifacts from around the world to serve as demonstrations of the atrocities in human trafficking.
Grandview Mayor Steve Dennis will commence the opening of Exodus Cry’s Awareness Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at noon on January 11. We invite you to join us for the ceremony and inaugural tour. Admission is free and limited to adults 12 and over, as the subject matter, information, and artifacts of the center are explicit.