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Friday, February 24, 2012

Inspired in India

THE WALK has connected me with some truly amazing individuals, including Zoe Sameth, from California, who is doing important work in Nepal and India to help prevent girls and women from being trafficked and rescue others from lives of enslavement. You can read about Zoe's recent work in India here:
http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=0d8b23ab8ef433f2600920f87&id=980053bb0a&e=

"It's not that they're taking stupid people."

Here's an article about trafficking in Uganda:

Ugandan women tricked into Malaysian sex work

http://articles.boston.com/2012-02-20/news/31080245_1_human-trafficking-ugandan-women-kuala-lumpur

Thanks to Michael Davidson for the link!

KUDOS!!!!!!

THE WALK had an exciting run, Feb. 3-5 and Feb. 10-12, at the Natalie Stern Studio Theatre! We sold out for five of our six shows! This new production is 75 minutes long, and audiences were glued to their seats for the talkback with the cast and production team after every show. The feedback was very moving. People were affected by the stories and wanted to know what action they could take to help stop sex trafficking.

Huge, heartfelt thanks to our beautiful and talented cast members and our totally passionate director!