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New art exhibit displays injustices of human trafficking

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One piece from "I Have a Name" exhibit. One piece from "I Have a Name" exhibit.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - Some local artwork portraying the injustices of human trafficking is now on display.

The new exhibit is titled "I Have a Name" and features artwork from several Cape Fear Community College students.  The exhibit can be found in the Wilma Daniels building in downtown Wilmington.

"I've heard snippets of stuff about human trafficking from other sources like books I've read, but I've never actually been a part of a project where people actually tried to make a difference," said CFCC artist Katherine Estep.

The "I Have a Name" exhibit was designed to draw awareness to the problem of human trafficking.  It's just one part of CFCC's Not4$ale initiative.

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