“Object Lessons,” A Photography Exhibit on Sex Trafficking, at Albany Public Library

Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Michele Maserjian reports from the Albany Public Library photography exhibit about sex trafficking, titled entitled “Object Lessons.” The exhibit showcases the photographs of Columbia University professor Nina Berman, a professional photographer. Ms Berman’s photographs depict evidence used to successfully prosecute sex trafficking cases. The exhibit runs thru April 18th at the Albany Public Library, 162 Washington Avenue in Albany. There will also be a panel discussion on sex trafficking in the Capital Region, to be held April 2, also at 6pm at the Albany Public Library branch at 162 Washington Avenue in Albany.

Alexis Goldsmith

Alexis Goldsmith

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