‘SOLD: The Human Trafficing Experience’ Premiers May 11 in Richland
“Sold’ is a multi-sensory, experiential exhibit combining technology with true stories to educate visitors about human trafficking locally and globally through the lives of victims in 9 different parts of the world. From child soldiers in South Sudan and forced labor in India to the commercial sexual exploitation of children in the USA; the exhibit addresses many forms of human trafficking of men, women and children worldwide. The exhibit is appropriate for ages 13 and up.
When the exhibit closes on May 20 in the Tri-Cities, the exhibit will be available to travel to Northwest churches or events. SOLD is also placing all of their construction plans and information free online for any groups in other parts of the country that want to educate their local community by duplicating the exhibit.
Group reservations for SOLD can be made on-line by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org., or by visiting the website www.soldexp.com. There is no cost to attend the exhibit. Donations will be accepted. You can like SOLD on Facebook at /SOLDTheHumanTraffickingExperience. SOLD will be available for groups during the day by reservations, and the following hours on the weekends/evenings:
Weeknights: May 11-18, 4-9pm
Weekends: Sat-May 12 10am-10pm
Sun-May 13, 10:45 am-6pm
Sat-May 19, 12pm-8pm
Sun-May 20, 10:45 am-2pm.
Listen to Big Jim & Stacy Lee’s interview with Krista Hanson Co-Founder of “Sold: The Human Trafficking Experience”