Regan Lookadoo showed volunteers how to make ribbons to show support for victims of human trafficking at Faith Baptist Church's volunteer event May 4. "This issue of becoming educated and advocating is at the core of our faith-based organization," she said.
Regan Lookadoo showed volunteers how to make ribbons to show support for victims of human trafficking at Faith Baptist Church's volunteer event May 4. "This issue of becoming educated and advocating is at the core of our faith-based organization," she said. Herald-Leader
Regan Lookadoo showed volunteers how to make ribbons to show support for victims of human trafficking at Faith Baptist Church's volunteer event May 4. "This issue of becoming educated and advocating is at the core of our faith-based organization," she said. Herald-Leader

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