Charlotte – Human Trafficking Documentary Screening – Joint Event With ICE Homeland Security Investigations Agents Available for Questions – Emergency Bag for Survivors Drive – Monday January 17th

Monday January 17th,  2011- Charlotte, NC – WEAR SOMETHING WHITE

Event Flier:

Human Trafficking: Slavery Still Exists
Documentary Screening: Cargo: Innocence Lost
Monday January 17th, 2011
Dharma Lounge

1440 South Tryon Street, Suite 105

Charlotte, NC 28203
6:30pm – 8:30pm
cost: free

Event Summary:

ICE North Carolina Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Delbert Richburg and ICE Charlotte Resident Agent in Charge, Eddie Agrait will participate in Monday’s screening to showcase the plight of trafficking victims and to demonstrate how we can all help combat this global problem.

Press advisories have been sent to all major news outlets in Charlotte and has resulted in at least one story on New 14:

Press is expected at this event to interview the ICE agents and Director of NC Stop Human Trafficking. ICE agents will be available to the public to answer questions on how to combat this global epidemic.

NC Stop Human Trafficking is sponsoring an emergency bag supply drive in conjunction with other members of the Charlotte Human Trafficking Task Force. Emergency supply drive items will be collected on Monday at the documentary screening.

The task force is looking for the following items to put in the emergency supply bags:
Unlined Paper
Small Blankets
Water Bottles
Feminine Hygiene Products
Hair Ties
Target Gift Cards
Journals/Notebook Paper
Wal-Mart Gift Cards

Come join us at the beautiful Dharma Lounge in Charlotte, NC for this compelling documentary – Cargo: Innocence Lost as it unveils the dark underworld of sex trafficking through compelling interviews with some of the country’s top officials on the subject, victims’ advocates and victims themselves, who were rescued in Texas. Award-winning director and writer, Michael Cory Davis (Svetlana’s Journey, Hollywood Film Festival 2005 winner, best short), makes his second directorial foray into this must-see, thought-provoking film that is interwoven with a raw, intense narrative based on numerous true stories from victims of the sex trade.

Human Trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world. There are an estimated 27 million slaves in the world today. The US Department of Justice estimates 14,500 to 17,500 foreign born victims are trafficked into the United States each year while 300,000 American children are at risk for human trafficking here in the United States every year.

Information on the $32 Billion human trafficking industry will be presented as well as information on how to get involved.
Presented by NC Stop Human Trafficking –

Sponsored by Dharma Lounge, Charlotte –

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