AAPI-Tennessee Chapter Raises $75,000 to fight against human trafficking in India

"We as a community have a duty to end the various forms of slavery," AAPI Tennessee chapter president Anuradha P. Mann said, stressing that human trafficking is one of the fastest expanding criminal enterprises in the country, with reports in all 50 states.

AAPI-Tennessee Chapter Raises $75,000 to fight against human trafficking in India
The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin recently announced that a fundraiser gala was held Nov. 20 at the Embassy Suites in Franklin, Tennessee, during their Fall Governing Body Meeting

The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin recently announced that a fundraiser gala was held Nov. 20 at the Embassy Suites in Franklin, Tennessee, during their Fall Governing Body Meeting.

The host chapter, AAPI-TN, presented Free for Life International with a check for US$75,000 to help strengthen efforts to end human trafficking and to continue and expand their impact in India.