Human trafficking is slavery. ArtWorks for Freedom Jax seeks to educate and raise awareness that people are trafficked in Jacksonville. Events and art exhibits are free and open to the public. For details throughout the campaign, visit
Dates will be posted online for the Film Series at FSCJ, UNF, Edward Waters College, and Flagler College.
Events include:
January 31 Participatory Theater, “Walking in Their Footsteps” Florida Coastal School of Law, 5 & 7pm
February 5 First Wednesday Art Walk, Meet the artist and view outdoor exhibit. Hemming Plaza, 5-9 pm.
February 13 Survivor Talk and Film Viewing, “Not My Life” Jacksonville University, J. Henry Gooding Auditorium, 7 pm
February 21 Lecture with Benjamin Skinner, author of “A Crime So Monstrous” University of North Florida, Robinson Theater, 6 pm
Outdoor Art Exhibit ”Bought & Sold: Voices of Human Trafficking”
January 23-February 2 Edward Waters College, George N. Collins Student Center
February 3-14 Hemming Plaza
February 15-28 University of North Florida, Thomas G. Carpenter Library
Indoor Art Exhibits -”Borderless Captivity”
January 23-February 28 Florida State College at Jacksonville, Kent Campus, Library and Learning Commons
January 23-February 28 Jacksonville University, Davis Student Commons
Take Action
1. Learn more about human trafficking & how to talk about it with your children.
2. Join Voices for Florida’s
3. Protect the Safe Harbor Act
4. Report a tip. Call 1-888-373-7888 or text to 233-733 (BE FREE)