Shining a Light on Human Trafficking – What Can Our Community Do?

| October 8, 2022 | 0 Comments

The San Diego International Film Festival (SdiFF) announced their partnership with Authentic ID and All 4 Humanity Alliance and in their efforts to continue to shine a light on the issue of Human Trafficking San Diego County and beyond. The SDiFF has programmed the film “Exit – A Journey Out of the Heart of Human Trafficking.” This documentary tells the true story of three women who were looking for a way out of their extreme poverty and found themselves at the heart of human trafficking networks. DA Summer Stephan will be introducing the film at the festival.  Additionally, SDiFF will be honoring Dr. Brook Parker-Bello with the Humanitarian Award at the Night of the Stars Tribute on Thursday, October 20. Dr. Brook Parker-Bello is an author, thought leader, justice advocate, actress, techie, survivor champion against human trafficking, and the founding CEO of More Too Life, Inc, and a new start up called Eval.

There are some horrific statistics on Human Trafficking that have a direct impact on our community. San Diego is a hotspot for Sex Trafficking and the FBI has ranked it 13th nationally as one of the worst regions in the USA

  • Approximately 70 percent of victims are women; 30 percent are male. Ages for both include as young as single digit age kids.

“Exit – A Journey Out of the Heart of Human Trafficking” will be shown at 3 p.m., Friday, October 21 at AMC UTC 14 (Formerly Arclight Cinemas), located at 4425 La Jolla Village Dr, San Diego, CA 92122.

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Dr. Brook Parker-Bello is the founding CEO of More Too Life, Inc.

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