UNK Students Hope to Spread Their Message During Justice Week


In what most would consider a 'me' first society, several students at the University of Nebraska-Kearney are doing what they can to help those suffering from extreme social injustice.

There are children in slavery around the world; 600- to 800,000 are trafficked over international borders.

However, students at UNK are fighting to raise awareness for those unheard voices during Justice Week -- part of International Justice Mission, a nationwide group trying to fight the world's injustices.

Students at UNK are standing for freedom by spending 27 hours standing at the fountain on campus for the 27 million people in slavery around the world.

For more information about the UNK chapter of the International Justice Mission, visit their Facebook page.