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Benefit concert to be held during spring break

By Meghan Alessi
Features Editor

Source: ijm.org IJM combats sex trafficking.

Source: ijm.org
IJM combats sex trafficking.

Ashley Morgan, a 2009 GC alum, is taking a year-long legal fellowship with International Justice Mission (IJM) and will be moving to Cambodia this summer. She will be assisting prosecutors as they combat sex trafficking.

As their website states, the International Justice Mission “is a human rights agency that brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression.”

On Thursday, March 20 there will be a benefit concert to raise money for IJM and Morgan’s work overseas. Nathan Angelo is going to be the musician at the concert. He is a familiar face to Georgetown, as Jesse Farley, Academic Director of Success, recalls. She said, “He used to tour Georgetown all the time when he first started. When I was in school he was on campus or at Upbeat Café at least once, sometimes twice a year.” You can check out his music at nathanangelo.tumblr.com.

The concert will be held at Natasha’s in downtown Lexington. Keep an eye out for more details. This is a great way to spend a night of your spring break if you will be in the area.