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I Will Survive and Thrive: Artwork from Trauma, Trafficking and Violence

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View artwork by human trafficking and trauma survivors in the medical library, 4th floor, 801 North Rutledge through March 28.  Sponsored by the Alliance for Women in Medicine and Science, with assistance from Kimberly Palermo, Meghan Golden, Laurie Ryznyk, Dolly Oseni (Class of 2020) and Steve Sandstrom.

Note:  An article by a Human Trafficking survivor will be the focus of the AWIMS Journal Club Thursday, March 28, noon - 1 pm in Memorial Medical Center, Room D443.  A reception including light hors d'oeuvres will be served.

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