ST.CLOUD, Minnesota – The St. Cloud State’s Women’s Center is giving students the opportunity to take an in-depth look at the system of prostitution and sex-trafficking. Vednita Carter, president and founder of one the nations leading organizations for working with victims and survivors of prostitution and sex-trafficking will lead the event. She plans to talk about the different methods of recruitment that go into these systems as well as escape methods. Carter’s mission is help women and girls who have been affected by prostitution and sex trafficking. The discussion is open to the public and is scheduled to take place this Wednesday Feb.3 at noon in the Atwood Memorial Center.