Vigil for Derby’s trafficking victims

Students from Sacred Heart Academy and Presentation Academy, above, joined in prayer with women religious, individuals and families at the seventh annual prayer service for victims of human trafficking April 30 at Jefferson Square Park in downtown Louisville. At the vigil, held the week of the Kentucky Derby, advocates for victims said trafficking increases during the sporting event and the festivities surrounding it. Sacred Heart Academy teacher Lynne Link, below, and her daughters Agnes, left, and Josie listened during the event. Close to 60 people attended the service organized by People Against Trafficking Humans or PATH.

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