Students Against Slavery is an event designed for college students to generate awareness of human trafficking happening locally and globally. Students will watch a film on the trafficking industry, speak with the film’s executive producer, hear from survivors, and learn how they can mobilize to take a stand against modern day slavery.
The event is hosted by Azusa Pacific University’s student club, Free the Captives, in partnerships with students at Biola University and California Baptist University. Free In-N-Out Burger provided for attendees.
Wednesday, Feb. 19
4:30 p.m. A film screening of Save My Seoul, an independent documentary, unveils South Korea’s rampant prostitution and sex trafficking epidemic. The film won “Best Documentary” at the Asia-Pacific Film Festival. This event is located in Upper Turner Campus Center.
6 p.m. Q&A session will feature Save My Seoul executive producer Eddie Byun. Byun is a former pastor who served in South Korea and Australia. Currently, he is an associate professor of Christian ministry at Biola. This event is located in Cougar Dome.
7 p.m. Hear from trafficked survivors who will share their stories and learn from Orange County Deputy District Attorney Bradley Schoenleben about the work of the O.C. Human Trafficking Taskforce. This event is located in Munson Chapel.
Where: Azusa Pacific University East Campus, 901 E. Alosta Ave, Azusa, 91702
This free ticketed event is open to the public. To reserve a seat please email Josh Dobos email@example.com
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