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Be a Film Screening Collaborator

August 18, 2011

We are seeking collaborators to host the screening of Sex + Money: A National Search for Human Work at Coastal Carolina University on November 3 from 6:30 to 9:00, in the Wall College of Business Auditorium.
This 90-minute documentary is about child sex trafficking in America and the modern-day abolitionist movement fighting to stop it.  This select screening will be followed by a panel discussion between local experts and the audience.  Local anti-trafficking and related organizations will have literature tables outside the auditorium to engage people in the dialogue beyond the screening and to become involved in the movement to end trafficking in South Carolina.
The event is free and open to the public. No tickets are required.  The film is unrated, and some of the content material might be inappropriate for children under the age of 15.  Parental discretion is advised.
As a collaborator, you will be the ones to display information about your organization and, following the screening, to host conversations about human trafficking and how individuals can take action to fight it.  You may also have your organization’s name listed on promotional materials.  Please let Lindsay Diederichs know if you wish to be listed.
If you wish to be a collaborator, send your organization’s contact information – name, description, contact name, telephone number, email address and address –  by September 5,
Lindsay Diederichs
Associate Producer
Cell:   757.268.4185
Official Trailer:
Local Contact:
Betty J. Houbion
843.357.7010  [H]
847.373.4158  [C]
South Carolina
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