FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 15, 2020
“CURRENTS NEWS”, BROADCAST ON NEW YORK’S CATHOLIC STATION, TO LAUNCH SERIES EXPOSING THE EVIL OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Currents News, which airs weeknights on New York’s Catholic station NET TV, will launch a special series on human trafficking tomorrow, Thursday, January 16, titled “Human Trafficking Exposed” during the news program. The five-part series will examine the silent epidemic unfolding in every corner of the United States and across the globe, which Pope Francis has dubbed modern-day slavery.
The series includes in-depth reporting from the streets of New York, a major epicenter for human trafficking predators. The series will include exclusive interviews with mothers, daughters, and some of society’s most vulnerable victims exploited and abused for profit. Law enforcement experts, Catholic and other religious organizations, and survivors will reveal shocking truths and how they are combatting the crisis.
The schedule for the “Human Trafficking Exposed” series is as follows:
January 16: Part 1 – The Scope of the Crisis
January 23: Part 2 – Survivors Speak
January 30: Part 3 – The Online Threat
February 6: Part 4 – A Global Crisis
February 13: Part 5 – Getting Your Voice Back
Currents News airs weeknights at 7 pm EST on NET-TV in the New York City area on Spectrum (Channel 97), Optimum (Channel 30), and FIOS (Channel 48). Viewers can also tune in online at www.currentsny.tv. Currents News is produced by the DeSales Media Group.