Trafficked in America

Start: Wednesday, March 27, 2019 3:00 PM


A film screening with co-writer and co-producer Andrés Cediel.

Event co-hosted with the Solidarity Center and the Human Trafficking Legal Center.

Please join us for a screening of “Trafficked in America,” followed by a discussion on migration and trafficking with writer and producer Andrés Cediel, Neha Misra from the Solidarity Center and Martina Vandenberg, president of the Human Trafficking Legal Center.


Andrés Cediel
Writer, Producer, Professor at University of California, Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism

Shannon Lederer
Director of Immigration, AFL-CIO

Neha Misra
Senior Specialist on Migration and Trafficking, Solidarity Center

Martina Vandenberg
President, Human Trafficking Legal Center

About the film: This investigation explored labor trafficking happening today on U.S. soil. Reporters told the story of unaccompanied minors from Central America who were forced to work against their will at an Ohio egg farm, the criminal network that exploited them, the companies that profited, and how U.S. government policies and practices helped deliver some of the children directly to their traffickers. The investigation uncovered widespread criminal abuse and will be used as a Department of Justice anti-human trafficking training tool for thousands of law enforcement officials and prosecutors.

To view the trailer, please click here.

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