Login for a free online social screening of The Day My God Died on Wednesday, July 11 at 1 pm PT / 4 pm ET at womenandgirlslead.org. Filmmaker Andrew Levine will be online and fielding questions from viewers.
Young girls whose lives were shattered by the child sex trade describe the day they were abducted from their villages as "the day my god died." By weaving footage from the brothels of Bombay with these girls' stories, filmmaker Andrew Levine offers an unforgettable examination of the growing plague of child sex slavery. Join Women and Girls Lead and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) for a special online social screening of The Day My God Died. Watch and chat live with filmmaker Andrew Levine, who spent four years traveling the world to gather stories and statistics about the child sex trade, and Kathleen Morris, who leads the Washington Anti-Trafficking Response Network for the IRC. Find out what U.S. advocates are doing to support survivors of the global child sex trade and what you can do to help. Presented in partnership with Friends of Maiti Nepal and the PBS series Global Voices.
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