A screening of the documentary Save My Seoul, followed by a panel discussion about the current realities of human trafficking in massage parlors across the United States. Save My Seoul sheds light onto the global sex industry through interviews with traffickers, civilians, police, and survivors. Join us to discuss the local context of modern slavery in New York City with experts from the human trafficking field.
- The moderator for the evening will be Meghan Carton, Projects Manager of Disruption Strategies at Polaris, and the panelists are:
- Susan Jacob, Executive Director at Mayor's Office to Combat Domestic Violence
- Susan Liu, Associate Director of Women's Services at Garden of Hope
- Chris Muller, Director of Training and External Affairs at Restore NYC
- Christine Joo, Counselor at Korean American Family Service Center
- Yvonne Chen, Outreach Manager at Sanctuary for Families' Anti-Trafficking Initiative
Popcorn and a fountain drink will be included with the purchase of a ticket for $5.00.
Thursday, January 18th, 2018
Arrive at 6:30 pm
Regal E-Walk 13 Theater
247 West 42nd Street
New York City