I Am Jane Doe
Child sex trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world—but you can join the fight. Pace is offering an information session and free film screening on Wednesday, January 24, 2018, and Tuesday, January 30, 2018.
Child Sex Trafficking Information Session
Wednesday, January 24 | 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. | New York State Judicial Institute, Law School Campus
Hear from local experts about how traffickers prey upon children and youth in Westchester County, and learn what protections are available on the internet and beyond. The special guest speaker will be J.S., a survivor of commercial sexual exploitation who was featured in the groundbreaking documentary I Am Jane Doe.
Admission to this event is $20. Please register if you’d like to attend! Lunch will be provided.
I Am Jane Doe Documentary Film Screening
Tuesday, January 30 | 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m. | Moot Court Room, Law School Campus
Directed by filmmaker Mary Mazzio, I Am Jane Doe is a documentary chronicling the legal battle that several American mothers waged on behalf of their middle school-aged daughters who were trafficked for commercial sex on Backpage.com.
This screening is free, and will be followed by a conversation with Carol Robles-Román (President and CEO of Legal Momentum), Kevin Tillman (a rescue operative for Homeland Security Investigations), Thomas Estler (author of Abolitionista!), and Maria Almario (psychologist, co-chair of the Partnership for the Eradication of Human Trafficking).
There is limited seating, so please RSVP!
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