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Student film ¡Corre! draws attention to sex trafficking

The production team aims to touch on a variety of subjects like women's equality, illegal immigration and human rights. They have developed an Indiegogo page in order to raise money for producing their film. 
Photo Courtesy of ¡Corre!

Natanya Toomes

November 19, 2014

    She is unaware of the troubles that loom inside the dark walls of the brothel. Her body may be weak, but her determination is resilient.  Women continue to be tormented by fear of speaking out against their captors. This is illustrated through Lucia, a representation of the ma...

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