Tuesday, February 27, 7-9pm, Studio 35 Cinema & Draft House, 3055 Indianola Ave.

A screening of the documentary “Save My Seoul,” followed by a panel discussion about the current realities of human trafficking in massage parlors across the United States. “Save My Seoul” sheds light onto the global sex industry through interviews with traffickers, civilians, police, and survivors. Join us to discuss the local context of modern slavery in Columbus with experts from the human trafficking field.

The documentary “Save My Seoul” delves into sex trafficking in Seoul, South Korea through interviews of traffickers, police, members of the general public, and sex trafficking survivors. This documentary exposes the realities of the global sex industry that enslaves women across the world as well as the cultural and structural realities that make certain populations more prone to being trafficked in massage parlors in the U.S.

Popcorn and a fountain drink will be included with the purchase of a ticket for $5.00.

Tickets: https://act.polarisproject.org/page/17593/event/1

Learn about other screenings of “Save My Seoul” here.

Contact: National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline, 888-373-7888.


Tuesday, February 27, 2018 - 7:00pm


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