"I Am Jane Doe" is a powerful expose about the fight against domestic minor sex trafficking in the digital age. The documentary chronicles the struggles of families to pursue justice against Backpage, an online advertisement that has been accused of facilitating sex trafficking.
Following the documentary there will be a panel of experts. The event is FREE but registration is required, since seating is limited. Please register by October 25, 2017 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
***The documentary is suitable for mature audiences only. While there is no explicit nudity in I am Jane Doe, the film includes disturbing sexual, emotional and psychological content, graphic images and profanity. Minors are encouraged to attend only with the support of their parents or caregivers.***
Join us the second Friday of each night for prayer at the following locations:
NewLife Christian Fellowship, 1155 Silas Deane Highway, Wethersfield
Transformation Church, 1104 Old Colchester Rd, Oakdale, CT
Bev's Corner (a.k.a. Jacob's Well Christian Coffee House), 3 Elm St., Rockville, CT
Calvary Presbyterian Church, 1518 King St., Enfield, CT
Cornerstone Church, 1146 Waterbury Rd., Cheshire, CT
On August 11th, the Underground will be hosting our 3rd annual backpack building event at 7pm at Wintonbury Church located at 54 maple ave in Bloomfield, CT. This year we're going to build 370 back-to-school backpacks for survivors of sex trafficking or those at high risk. This is the most backpacks we have ever built -- and we need your help!
We will need volunteers to assemble the backpacks. We are also requesting donations for this very large undertaking. The cost of each bag is approximately $25. You can donate online or make checks payable to Wintonbury Church with "The Underground" in the memo line.
We want survivors of sex trafficking or those at high risk to start off school on a positive note and prepared to learn just like any other youth. The backpacks are filled with essential school supplies, such as notebooks, pens, etc. They are also equipped with bracelets with the National Human Trafficking Hotline number, as well as info cards telling youth where they can get help. DCF uses the backpacks to teach minors about trafficking and how to stay safe. We also insert special encouragement cards in the backpacks containing messages of hope and positivity.