Love Not Lock Up

January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month. During this month, the Wichita State University Center for Combating Human Trafficking (CCHT) provides opportunities for community members, leaders, and multidisciplinary professionals to learn more about issues related to human trafficking. Our goal is to engage our community in a discussion of how to best serve those vulnerable to and subjugated to abuse, exploitation, and trafficking. 


Featured Blog Post: 5 Messages to Share for Human Trafficking Awareness Month

Check out Dr. Countryman Roswurm and Bailey Brackin's guest blog for MANY. 

Announcement: CCHT Schedule of Events for Human Trafficking Awareness Month 2018

Get all the details for Human Trafficking Awareness Month 2018! 

Announcement: Human Trafficking Awareness Month Art & Writing Contest

Are you 14-18 years old living in the Wichita Metro area? We want to hear from you! Join our human trafficking awareness month art and writing contest. 

Justice for Hope

In the name of stealing away what few moments I can for reflection and restoration, I have remained fairly quiet on social media over the last couple of months. But today, I cannot remain silent. Today, I cry out for justice. Today, I plead with my community, I beg you—particularly those of you who have claimed commitment to anti-violence efforts, to rise-up for Hope. 

Announcement: Now Accepting Abstracts!

We are now accepting abstracts for our 4th annual anti-trafficking conference in January of 2018.