A Path Appears is a documentary created by the same team who created the documentary Half the Sky. It is a 3 part documentary and the first episode is focused on sex trafficking within the United States.
Episode One: Sex Trafficking in the USA
The first episode introduces survivors of sex trafficking in Nashville, Boston, and Chicago, and illuminates the widespread existence of crimes happening in our own backyards.
Episode Two: Breaking the Cycle of Poverty
Travel from West Virginia to Haiti and Colombia for stories of children and women breaking free from a life of poverty and abuse.
Episode Three: Violence and Solutions
Explore the work of organizations combating domestic violence in the U.S., and one providing a Kenyan slum’s most at-risk young girls with a path to opportunity.
In 2011 Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore Launched the ‘Real Men Don’t Buy Girls’ Campaign. Featuring many celebrities including Justin Timberlake, Bradley Cooper, Sean Penn, Edward Norton, Conan O’Brien, Piers Morgan, Ben Stiller and many more.
Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide
Sex Trafficking in Seattle, WA
Description from their website:
Executive Producer Jada Pinkett Smith brings you “Rape For Profit”, a powerful documentary the Huffington post calls, “Disturbing and Provocative”. Set against the backdrop of Seattle’s downtown city lights, “Rape For Profit” takes the audience undercover for an up-close look at the true nature of the sex trade. The film unveils a growing problem in major U.S. cities where girls as young as 12 years old are bought and sold as many as 15 times a night to service the desires of men. Experience the shocking truth and follow several heroes as they fight to end this modern-day slavery and stop the next generation of buyers.
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