Documentary on Human Trafficking in Tri-Cities Can Be Seen on Local PBS Station
Documentary filmmakers worked a year and a half to produce "Here? Sex Trafficking in our Community!" It's a 30-minute documentary about human trafficking in the Tri-Cities. Producers interviewed victims, a perpetrator, police, mental health experts, ministers, educators and more. Watch Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. Stories about domestic minor sex trafficking, gang trafficking, family trafficking and labor trafficking will be included. The purpose of the documentary is to educate the public in ways to end trafficking.
The broadcast on Northwest Public Television will be followed by a panel discussion including local experts who will take questions via telephone from 7:30 to 8 p.m.
You can watch on KTNW 31.1 or Charter Cable's Channels 10 and 788 HD.
Also on KWSU 10.1, Time Warner Cable's 710 HD or Comcast Cable's 18.
These channels should be available to most residents in the Mid-Columbia, northeast Oregon and eastern Washington.
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