Critically-acclaimed documentary on sex trafficking will play Saturday, Jan. 17

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“Rape For Profit” – a critically-acclaimed documentary that exposes the reality of sex trafficking in the Seattle area – will be shown in Burien on Saturday, Jan. 17 at 5:30 p.m. at the Transform Burien Community Center, located at 425 SW 144th Street.

Admission is FREE.

Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. It is thriving in our nation and in our own communities. This film addresses the issues in a straightforward and sometimes heartbreaking ways.

Special guests will include members of local law enforcement and SWKCAT leadership for a brief Q&A following the film.

The screening, a free event sponsored by SWKCAT, Southwest King Coalition Against Trafficking. Founded in 2013, as an initiative of Washington Engage; the primary focus of the SWKCAT is the elimination of human trafficking in our communities through awareness events and education.

For more information, contact SWKCAT at [email protected].

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