Chicktime Hope is proud to present a special one night only screening of the film Untouchable: Children of God at the Alamo Draft House Stone Oak location on February 18th. The primary purpose of screening this film is to raise awareness as well as funds for two organizations that are working to combat human trafficking and improve the lives of women and children. Human trafficking in the Himalayas remains a rampant injustice in the form of commercial sexual exploitation and involuntary servitude with an estimated15,000 to 20,000 persons trafficked in Nepal every year. Trafficking of girls from Nepal into India for forced prostitution is perhaps one of the busiest slave trafficking routes anywhere in the world. Community awareness, rescuing and raising those that are at risk, providing an education, and providing a therapeutic art program are only some of the things we are doing in the anti-trafficking arena. All Things New (ATN) is combating the heinous crime of sex trafficking by raising awareness about the reality of all levels of sex trafficking, including the forced abortions performed on some of these women and young girls and the traumatic effect it has on their lives. They are raising awareness through speaking engagements, conferences, seminars and involvement in anti-human trafficking coalitions. All Things New also has a safe house located in San Antonio and the funds raised will provide for the housing and care for women (and their children, if they have any) rescued locally from human trafficking. Chicktime Hope ladies need to arrive by 6:45 please!! IMPORTANT: To attend the screening you must purchase a ticket online prior to the event; they will not be sold at the theater as this is a special engagement. Ticket link is below. If you are attending, after you have purchased your ticket, please send an email to email@example.com so we will have a headcount!
To see a trailer, get more information, buy tickets and/or make a donation: https://www.tugg.com/events/13139
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