The founder of the Hannah Project spoke to Murfreesboro residents on Tuesday to educate about sex trafficking

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Antoinette Welch

Former prosecutor and Nashville police officer Antoinette Welch, founder of The Hannah Project, a one-day court-ordered prostitution intervention program, spoke in Murfreesboro on Tuesday. She told WGNS she wanted to educate the community on prostitution...

Welch spoke to a standing room only crowd at an event that was organized by the League of Women Voters on Tuesday evening.


Welch told WGNS why she named the organization "The Hannah Project...


The Hannah Project's mission is to be the missing link between the judicial system and those stuck in the cycle of prostitution.

Organizations like Last Call 4 Grace, Doors of Hope, the Magdalene Project and The Salvation Army were in attendance for the event.

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