The Fund for Women in Asia debuts SOLD - a film about Trafficking
The Fund for Women in Asia invites you to a premier screening of clips from SOLD, a feature length documentary about sex slavery and child prostitution in Southeast Asia. The film vividly follows the trail of trafficking as it begins in Southeast Asia and carries into the US.
Producer Rachel Sparks will talk about her experience with The Sold Project (www.thesoldproject.com ), her understanding of trafficking issues and the making of the film.
Taina Bien-Aimé, the Executive Director of Equality Now, an international human rights organization that works to end all forms of violence and discrimination against girls and women, will moderate a Q&A session.
Although the facts of trafficking are bleak, the program will offer encouraging prospects for change.
Thursday, May 15, 2008 6:30 pm cocktails and light refreshments, presentation at 7 pm sharp
Suggested Donations General Public: $40 Students: $20
Please reserve your place by sending a check to:
The Fund for Women in Asia
95 Franklin Street #4, New York, NY 10013
Please see our website to donate online:
125 E 65th St (btw Park and Lex)
New York, NY 10013