Stop Traffick: An Online Benefit Screening of THE TURN OUT
Stop Traffick: An Online Benefit Screening of THE TURN OUT
Stop Traffick: An Online Benefit Screening of THE TURN OUT
Stop Traffick: An Online Benefit Screening of THE TURN OUT
Stop Traffick: An Online Benefit Screening of THE TURN OUT

Stop Traffick: An Online Benefit Screening of THE TURN OUT

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Special Screening and Live Q&A

Get your virtual tickets to the online premiere of The Turn Out available through August 15. Ticket holders will also receive a link to the recorded Q&A and panel discussion with the filmmaker and survivor advocates.

United Nations World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

On July 30, in honor of United Nations World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, Theatrical-At-Home is hosting an online premiere of The Turn Out in partnership with organizations that support survivors of trafficking. By purchasing a virtual ticket for $8.00 you will have the opportunity to choose which organization you'd like to support.

The Turn Out will be available to stream at anytime through August 15.

THE TURN OUT
Directed by Pearl Gluck 

SYNOPSIS
In a small town in Southern Appalachia, a trucker must decide if he will stand up and take action against sex trafficking at his truckstop. The Turn Out melds the testimony and talents of sex trafficking survivors, anti-trafficking activists, and truckers with the work of film professionals to create an unflinching docu-drama of moral dilemma and personal connection in the local landscape of Glouster, Ohio, Athens County, and Mineral Wells, West Virginia.

MORE ABOUT THE FILM

Listen to the Emancipation Nation Podcast with Celia Williamson and director, Pearl Gluck.

"The Turn Out lays out the realities of sex trafficking and how it happens in small town America. Gluck provides a riveting and disturbing, yet real portrayal of the realities of sex trafficking in the U.S. A great film for promoting awareness and engaging in in-depth discussions with parents and their teens." - Celia Williamson

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATIONS

ASCENT 121
Each year Ascent 121 provides clinical recovery services for over a hundred central Indiana teens. We host awareness and professional development training for thousands of people in the community. Our work falls into several categories: Ascent 121 programs provide a continuum of care that allows clients to move back and forth between program settings throughout their treatment process. Our continuum is comprised of four components: assessment, community based therapy, residential programming and case management. We engage activism in the community and grow a passionate constituency to fight the issue. Our staff and volunteers are available to provide educational materials and presentations. Discipleship is at the heart of our work. We have seen God’s hand in their restoration and healing.

Gracehaven is committed to eradicating child sex trafficking in Central Ohio and provide rehabilitative, trauma-informed care to survivors. Gracehaven was founded to care for the growing number of victims of domestic minor sex trafficking.  More than 1,000 minors are sexually trafficked in Ohio annually. To effectively care for victims and prevent others from being enslaved in this life, Gracehaven employs a comprehensive approach to combatting domestic minor sex trafficking.

We pride ourselves on being trauma-informed and survivor-led. Our mission is to provide a safe place for cisgendered and transgendered women who are caught in the cycle of prostitution to be treated with dignity and grace and given options, tools, or steps to exit the lifestyle if requested

Saving Jane empowers survivors of all forms of modern day slavery and human trafficking to live the life that they want to live. Saving Jane is committed to ending all forms of these crimes through raising of the public’s awareness, education, the transformation of lives of impacted individuals, and the creation of systems, technology and policies to protect and support impacted individuals or prevent the formation of social conditions conducive to trafficking.

Survivor's Ink exists to raise awareness and to empower human trafficking victims by breaking the psychological chains of enslavement through beautifying, removing or covering their physical scars, markings and brandings that are constant reminders of a violent past. Founded by trafficking survivor and formally branded woman, Jennifer Kempton, Survivor's Ink offers full scholarships to survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation to have their branding tattoo's covered or removed. 

The Freeman Project located in Columbus, Ohio and reaches across the nation. Founder, Barbara Freeman part of The Switch National Human Trafficking Network working to end exploitation of women and girls, is a trafficking survivor and advocate. It is the mission of The Freeman Project to house women in transition as a step over from local rehabilitation and correction facilities. The Freeman Project provides a continuum of care, build trusting relationships that last while working on a clean and sober lifestyle.

THE SOAP PROJECT:
It starts with a simple bar of soap labeled with a number to call. And for many adolescents, it ends the nightmare of slavery and exploitation and illuminates the path to recovery. The SOAP (Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution) Project brings abolitionists together to fight sex trafficking at large events and within our communities. A bar of soap can become a ray of hope. The SOAP Project was founded by author, advocate and survivor, Theresa Flores. On her worst night, after being auctioned off to nearly two dozen men in a dingy, dirty, inner city Detroit motel, Theresa recalled the only item that would have reached her: a bar of soap. With that in mind, she created The SOAP Project to offer hope and a path to recovery for the thousands of trafficking victims in the United States. Not only do we rescue adolescents, but we retreats and ongoing support for survivors.

Founded by human trafficking survivor, Dr. Marlene Carson, The SWITCH National Anti-Trafficking Network was created to be a mechanism that empowers a new generation of underground railroad conductors. Together, we can become the solution to one of the greatest human rights challenges of our day, and set the victims on a new path to freedom, hope and restoration. For many who are enslaved in the world of human trafficking, the thought of getting their lives “back on track” is a fading dream. As with the slaves of old who had little knowledge of life off of the plantation, they relied on a network of complete strangers who would lead them to freedom. Victims to survivors to modern-day slavery through human trafficking also need the help of fearless and compassionate abolitionists.