“Invisible Children” Documentary Showing 3/17/2010 – Greenville, NC


Hendrix Theatre
Mendenhall Student Center
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC

March 17, 2010 at 06:00 PM

The ECU Chapter of Invisible Children United is hosting a viewing of the documentary “Invisible Children: Rough Cut”.  Speakers from the National Organization will be there, as well as one of the people featured in the documentary.

This film reveals the horrors of children forced to be soldiers in Uganda. Being forced to serve as child soldiers is one of the horrible ways that children are trafficked globally.
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One Response

  1. More than 50, 000 American children, women and men are taken across the US borders to third world countries to sell into Human Trafficking. Society is well aware of this progressively continuing crime and nothing is being done to help prevent it. Human Trafficking is when one is taken upon force to have sexual contract with older people. Every minute there is someone being trafficked. Many stories go out about these acts. People may be being heard but not listened to. I think it is time to make a difference. Human Trafficking is becoming one of the largest crime acts in Central America and Asian countries next to drug trafficking. I think we need to start educating men, women and young children about Human Trafficking and what they can to help keep them and others around them safe from Human Trafficking. Governments need to bring human rights forward and start taking control. We need to start thinking about what our society is going to be like if we let this continue. It is time to take action and stand up for what is right. You wouldn’t want this to happen to you, so don’t let it happen to them.

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