Join Washington Trafficking Prevention (WTP) and media partner KBTC on August 26th from 7pm – 9pm for a free online screening of Shattered Dreams: Sex Trafficking in America, followed by a panel discussion featuring expert advocates, activists, and survivors Rekina Perry, Jennifer Tucker, and Nature Carter, moderated by WTP Executive Director Kyra Doubek.
For more information on panelists, and to register to attend, visit: eventbrite.com/e/screening-and-panel-shattered-dreams-sex-trafficking-in-america-tickets-116770673227
Shattered Dreams: Sex Trafficking in America is a first of its kind, feature length documentary that explores the deeply rooted psychological issues that victims of sex trafficking face on a daily basis at the hands of pimps and buyers. Through first- hand, heartbreaking testimony of abuse from three survivors of the illicit sex trade, the incredibly complex nature of this form of modern-day slavery is revealed. Investigative interviews with leading experts from across the country provide further insight on what drives the industry, exposing shocking revelations about the society we live in and the misconceptions many of us harbor that allow sex trafficking to thrive.
About Washington Trafficking Prevention
Washington Trafficking Prevention (WTP) aims to prevent human trafficking in Washington State by equipping the vulnerable and engaging communities. We are a survivor-led organization committed to ending human trafficking in Washington State through prevention. We approach anti-human trafficking efforts through professional engagement, primary prevention and community grassroots partnerships – a symbiotic relationship that sustains and informs our work at multiple levels. Our innovative programs and community Coalitions Against Trafficking are integral to creating sustainable and permanent change in Washington State.