Daleville City Council recognizes Human Trafficking Awareness month

By Travis Parker

The City of Daleville officially recognized Human Trafficking Awareness Month with a proclamation signed by Mayor Stayton at their last City Council Meeting. This observance was established in 2011 to proclaim the freedom and equality of all people. It is also meant to educate the public and leaders about the various forms of human trafficking.

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