K-State Libraries’ Dow Center for Multicultural and Community Studies is partnering with iEmpathize to bring Empathy Week to the K-State campus and Manhattan community Sept. 9-12. Empathy Week is an opportunity for everyone to enter into the story of survivors and victims of sex trafficking and make a difference.
Very little has been accomplished to eradicate child exploitation through just awareness of shocking statistics. iEmpathize believes that creating an empathetic movement in the world that engages injustice, must involve helping every person enter into the story, and that the arts present the best opportunity for any individual to enter in, explore and engage.
Questions about iEmpathize or any of the Empathy Week activities can be directed to Darchelle Martin, events and programs coordinator at K-State Libraries.