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As part of a month-long spotlight on sex trafficking in rural communities, Bender will speak at “Walk in Her Shoes,” a conference set for 6 p.m. 16, in the Stevenson Union on the Southern Oregon University campus, 1250 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland. Bender, a Grants Pass High School graduate who met her trafficker on the University of Oregon campus, will share how she survived her six-year ordeal. According to a press release, the exhibit is intended to be an “antidote to the stereotypes of commercially sexually exploited and trafficked victims perpetually broken and forever limited by their trauma.”“(The exhibit) brings to the forefront survivors’ leadership in their communities and celebrates their life, talent, skills and abilities,” says Caleb La Plante, a member of the Greater Grants Pass Rotary Club, one of four Rotary clubs responsible for bringing the exhibit to Southern Oregon.“It frames their lives in a positive light,” he adds. The survivors are more than their past.”La Plante became involved in the campaign to eradicate trafficking as a member of Abolish Child Trafficking in 2011.

Her presentation shows what modern-day sex slavery looks like and how to protect young people from becoming victims. About two years ago, he and Bender became aware of the "More Than a Survivor" exhibit and have worked since to bring it here.

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She also brings a message of hope and inspiration in her testimony of triumph over trauma and trial.“More Than a Survivor” opened Monday in the Stevenson Union Art Gallery at SOU. Produced by GEMS in New York, the exhibit has traveled to large cities around the country.

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