On February 19th, Shamere presented at Howard University again, this time she was among other experts in the field. Those presenting included Nick Sensely, Stacy Lewis, Det. Bill Woolf, Deepa Patel, Christine Raino from Shared Hope International, and more.
Stacy Lewis opened the panel discussion with her motivating spoken word, “Ten Years and one Day.” Shamere closed the conference with a powerful speech.
Read the full article published in Howard Univerity’s School Paper-The Hilltop on page 4.
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Read Shamere’s story and how pro bono work in Dade County is helping Shamere gain control of her life again.
Stage play brings stories of modern day slavery to life
“Stolen: From Playground to Streetlights” written and directed by Stacy Lewis made the Examiner newspaper. Shamere McKenzie is one of the cast members in this powerful play on sex trafficking in America. For more information on the play visit: http://www.whoisstolen.com