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30 Actions | 30 Days

Action 9:
Watch a film

Launched October 29



Watching a human trafficking film is a good way to learn about the topic. Watching with a group of people makes the event more interesting and is a natural way to open a discussion among your community.


  • Ask your local public library or faith community to host a human trafficking film screening.
  • Invite a representative from a local anti-trafficking organization to a Q & A session following the film.
  • Sponsor a Movie Night at your local college or university.


Check out the resources linked below, and share the links to your Facebook page to spread awareness. Use #ConfrontHumanTrafficking to contribute to the 30Actions30Days ArtWorks for Freedom Campaign to #ConfrontHumanTrafficking.

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Who They Are is a media-based platform dedicated to raising awareness of Human Trafficking.

ArtWorks for Freedom offers recommendations of carefully selected films that tell the story of all forms of trafficking around the world.

The Human Trafficking Center at the University of Denver has compiled multi-media resources on human trafficking

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