On Thursday, Aug. 4 at 6 p.m. the Rock Church in partnership with Level Loma Nazarene College Heart for Justice and Reconciliation will host a screening of the documentary, “Stolen,” a documentary sequence about intercourse trafficking of youngsters in San Diego County.
The occasion which is free and open to the group may also embody an informational panel on how the group may also help finish human trafficking in San Diego.
It’s the second-largest underground financial system in San Diego, grossing $810 million yearly.
An estimated 15,000 to 50,000 ladies and youngsters are compelled into human trafficking in the USA yearly.
“Stolen” is a seven-episode documentary sequence that’s the product of a year-long investigation that features unique interviews and, for the primary time, substantial proof of the scope of the issue in San Diego County colleges. And as a worldwide pandemic shifts the training system right into a digital area, consultants warn of exploiters concentrating on youngsters on-line, now greater than ever earlier than.
The occasion is designed for the group to return collectively as advocates for human trafficking. “Stolen,” is advised from the angle of victims, survivors, pimps, and clients,
“Stolen” additionally celebrates the power of survivors and their households, as they battle – typically with success — to interrupt the bonds of intercourse trafficking
It’s a tough and uncomfortable subject however a must-see for folks, educators, youth teams, and group leaders.
After the film, the viewers is invited to take heed to a panel and a piece discussing the indicators of human trafficking and tips on how to be an advocate.
For extra data together with registering without cost tickets, go to: https://sdrock.com/stolen
Given the character of the content material, “parental discretion is suggested for youngsters beneath 13.”
In case you or somebody you already know may very well be a sufferer of intercourse trafficking or exploitation, name the Nationwide Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888 or textual content the phrases “HELP” or “INFO” to 233733