River People Health Center’s Pharmacy Commemorates Human Trafficking Awareness Day

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Blue Shirt Day (all Pharmacy Names) Rachel Goodman, Jennifer Tran Doan, Aylin Unal, Lessina Williams, Lisa Thompson, Stephanie Hopson, Abigail Roelle, Brittany Veloz, Irma Figueroa, and Leang Sang.

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s Health and Human Services Suicide Prevention and Intervention department invited all Community employees to wear blue to the workplace on January 11 to recognize Human Trafficking Awareness Day. 

National Human Trafficking Awareness Day is a public awareness campaign created to help empower and support communities across the United States working to fight human trafficking. Community Health Educators Vurlene Notsinneh-Bowekaty and Melanie Nosie invited all SRPMIC employees to honor the day by wearing blue. Staff members at the River People Health Center’s Pharmacy Department got together and wore their finest blue threads. 

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