Great Decisions Online with Tina McCusker: Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs. The topic, Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking, will be discussed via Zoom; a valid email address is required to register and attend. Questions? Email Tina McCusker, Reference Librarian & Great Decisions Facilitator at New attendees are encouraged to join! 

Once you have registered, you should complete the reading and view the accompanying video prior to the June 11 meeting. Click here for the full list of related readings.***

Click here to view the video, Unchained: The Scourge of Human Trafficking - Narrated by David Strathairn 

***If you do not have the Great Decisions Booklet, viewing the video meets the prerequisite. Reading at least one or two of the related readings is also encouraged. 

​Additional Resources

The Foreign Policy Association's Great Decisions YouTube Playlist: During the COVID 19 Crisis all episodes of the 2020 Great Decisions videos are available to view online via YouTube for free.
Great Decisions 2020 Spring UpdateThe Updates are a free supplement to Great Decisions.
World Affairs Council UpdateNew articles and information related to the 2020 Great Decisions Topic.

This virtual event is part of the Library's new initiative, Westwood Reads Together, Apart: 12 in 12 Book Challenge, inviting everyone in our community to join us in reading 12 books in 12 weeks. (1 book each week!)

There is no form to complete, or need to register. Beginning Monday, April 13th, select or download a book of your choice. If you don’t know what you want to read check out our social media and visit the Library’s website to find staff recommendations and links to other established resources. Book groups and other events are also being held as virtual programs, and all are invited to participate. 

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If you have questions or would like more information please email, or call 781-320-1041. Library staff will try to respond to all calls and messages within 24 hours.