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The provosts and the U-M executive officers — including President Mark Schlissel — have now accepted the recommendations of the working group.
In its executive summary, the working group noted it “relied on principles and values embodied in our Faculty Handbook and historic statements by our Senate Assembly, expressed by our peer institutions and other leaders in the field, and inherent in the collective responsibility that the faculty have to the student experience as members and representatives of the university community.” The revisions to SPG 601.22 are expected to be finalized and announced in February.
Highlighting social media as a tool used by trafficking recruiters was an intentional choice made by the filmmaker.
During her interviews with survivors, regardless of their background, many met their future boyfriends or “pimps” online.
Focusing on the guise of online dating and friendships, filmmaker and mother Nicole Bowers-Wallace, wanted to teach her children about the recruiting tactics used in an industry referred to as modern day slavery.
Friday, the independent, Michigan-based filmmaker will screen her latest project, “Ring of Silence,” at MSU.
We also included her gay male friend who is trafficked because I think that is another big part of society that people don’t realize,” Wallace said.