Ramona Students Participates in LA’s Freedom Walk Against Human Trafficking
Eleven Ramona students, five parents, three Holy Names Sisters, and two Holy Names Associates sloshed through the rain at this year’s L.A. Freedom Walk against human trafficking. Kamila C. ’20 and Alyssa M. ’21 addressed the crowd and spoke about the importance of working as a modern day abolitionist. Their speeches were very well received and will be featured in an upcoming article in the Global Sister’s Report written by march organizer Sister Kathleen Bryant.
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