‘Proclaim liberty to the captives’ – event raises awareness of human trafficking

For #EndItDay 2016 Release put on a calligraphy event where students learned how to draw Isaiah 61:10 .

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Photos by Elizabeth Banfield

Mallory Turner works on her calligraphy.

Mallory Turner works on her calligraphy at the Release Calligraphy event on Thursday, Feb. 25.

Fair Trade hot chocolate was served in cups with the #enditmovement phrase on it to remind attendees about the organizations desire to raise awareness about modern day slavery.

Fair Trade hot chocolate was served in cups with the #enditmovement phrase on it to remind attendees about the organizations desire to raise awareness about modern day slavery.

Freshmen laugh as they learn calligraphy at the release event Thursday, Feb. 25 night.

Two students laugh as they learn calligraphy.

Release picked the verse Isaiah 61:10 to use in their Calligraphy event because it is a biblical backing to their stand against slavery.

Release picked the verse Isaiah 61:10 to use in their Calligraphy event because it is a biblical backing to their stand against slavery.

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