ArtWorks for Freedom was pleased to take our photo exhibits “Bought & Sold: Voices of Human Trafficking” and “Borderless Captivity” to the Michigan State University College of Law and the Global Center. The images lined the College’s atrium and halls between February 20-March 25, and our director, Kay Chernush, also visited MSU to tell her story during a keynote presentation, “At the Intersection of Art & Human Rights: A Photographer’s Fight Against Modern Day Slavery.”  

This event was made possible thanks to the MSU College of Law, Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force, MSU College of Music, Center for Gender in a Global Context, MSU College of Arts & Letters, MSU School of Social Work, MSU Office for Inclusion & Intercultural Initiatives, Research Consortium on Gender-based Violence, MSU Matrix – The Center for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences, and the MSU Museum.