“Nothing we say or do is neutral” Dr. Meg Meeker….everything we say and do, our presence or absence, speak echo from childhood, to adulthood, to parenthood and beyond. Let’s turn it around! Let’s heal and let us be the hope our families and communities need! If you had a great dad….put that to use for those without such a blessing. WE can put an end to the exploitation and rise in suicide of young girls and boys today – Fathers are the overlooked link!
You are invited to the much-anticipated Launch Event with Norma Bastidas!
Friday, March 24, 2017
The Downtown Independent Theater
215 S. Main Street, Los Angeles, CA
Lobby Reception to follow
Please join us onFriday, March 24thfor this invite only pre-screening of Be Relentless and celebration with ultra-athlete and human trafficking survivor, Norma Bastidas. Learn about and experience the impact this movie and movement is already making!
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Sands of Silence: Waves of Courage is a personal documentary about a filmmaker who, inspired by the transformation of the sex-trafficking survivors whose lives she is documenting, finds the courage to break the silence about sexual abuse in her own life.
Sunday, October 16th at 2pm @ the LA LIVE REGAL Cinemas
We would like to invite you to the screening of “Unseen Dances” our dance film collaboration with the the Red Sand Project. Our film tells the story of trafficked American girls through dance.
The event will be at the HELINET hangar at the Van Nuys Airport on April 9th. Some of the proceeds will go to the Maria Suarez Foundation, which works to rehabilitate trafficked children in Southern California.
Thursday October 16, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM PDT
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2905 East Coast Hwy
Corona Del Mar, CA 92625
World Affairs Council of Orange County Presents Combating Human Trafficking
The goal of this program is to increase awareness in the United States of the underlying causes and profound dangers of human trafficking.
Not My Life, a documentary film directed by Oscar nominee Robert Bilheimer, and narrated by Glenn Close, is widely regarded by the international human rights community depiction of the often unspeakable realities of human trafficking and modern slavery.
This will be a 30 minute movie screening with a panel discussion to follow. Dinner will be served.
The Moderator will be Annie Kim from UNICEF.
U.S Congressman Ed Royce: 39th District of California
Lita Mercado (OC Human Trafficking Task Force)
Craig Friesen (Lt from Anaheim Police Dept)
Sandra Morgan (Director for Global Center for Women and Justice at Vanguard University)
Stefanie Benvenuto (Director, Public Policy & Advocacy)