Stephanie Prima shares this invitation with you for the film to be shown at SJCT next month…
Between 100,000 to 300,000 children each year are victimized in prostitution in America. ANY child can become a victim of domestic minor sex trafficking, regardless of skin color, home life, social and economic status. These children are not imported from other countries; they come primarily from Small Town USA – towns like Friday Harbor and Eastsound. Sex traffickers target small towns because people are more friendly, more trusting, and have little knowledge of how children are lured into the trade.
On Wednesday, June 24, 2015 at 7:00 pm, the San Juan Community Theatre will open its doors to students, parents, grandparents and anyone interested in protecting the children of our community. Anti-trafficking advocates will be on hand to create awareness of this often hidden crime happening at alarming rates to U.S. children.
Shared Hope International, an anti-trafficking organization founded by former Washington Congresswoman Linda Smith, will present the first showing of the documentary “Chosen”. This gripping film tells the shocking true story two All-American girls who were tricked into trafficking. Read More »