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Stopping Traffic: The Movement to End Sex-Trafficking (2017)

Stopping Traffic (original title)
With 27 million victims worldwide, Stopping Traffic starts the conversation on a taboo topic through the eyes of survivors, activists, and front-line rescue teams to launch a movement to end modern-day slavery in the U.S. and abroad.
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Credited cast:
Susanne Dietzel Susanne Dietzel ... Self
Carolina Douthit Carolina Douthit ... Self
Cecilia Flores-Oebanda Cecilia Flores-Oebanda ... Self
Mario Garfias Mario Garfias ... Self
Karla Jacinto Karla Jacinto ... Self
John A. King John A. King ... Self
Dolph Lundgren ... Self
Jeannie Mai Jenkins ... Self (as Jeannie Mai)
Rosi Orozco Rosi Orozco ... Self
Kristen Renton ... Self
Robert Sanborn Robert Sanborn ... Self
Sadhvi Siddhali Shree ... Self
Lotta Sylwander Lotta Sylwander ... Self
Eruviel Villegas Eruviel Villegas ... Self
Ben Wright Ben Wright ... Self
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Stopping Traffic explores the pervasive reach of sex trafficking, especially of children in the U.S. and worldwide. Through commentary by victims and activists and investigations into practices in the U.S. and abroad, the film traces insidious links among child sexual exploitation, pornography, social media, and sex trafficking. It calls on the viewer to join the movement to end sex trafficking.

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The Movement to End Sex-Trafficking

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Documentary | Crime

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TV-14
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Stopping Traffic was inspired by the teachings of non-violence by Acharya Shree Yogeesh, the film's executive producer. See more »

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An inspiring documentary that brings awareness and solutions to ending human trafficking!
7 August 2017 | by kkebelSee all my reviews

Stopping Traffic is a must see and a call to action! I commend all those involved in this inspiring documentary for their bravery and for bringing to the general public HOPE in the horrors of human trafficking. The film masterfully intertwines the stories of real-life people and activists who are giving voice to those enslaved. It helps us be more aware that the topic-that most do not want to talk about- is not simply an evil "over there" but too often in our own communities. After seeing this film, I felt uplifted that together we CAN STOP TRAFFICKING for good and bring about positive change to this world. I am reminded, we cannot all be truly free until everyone is free! Watch this film and ACT.


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USA

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English

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29 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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