Brookfield, WI, January 23, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- A movie screening of In Plain Sight, executive produced and narrated by Natalie Grant, will be held at the Marcus Majestic Cinema in Brookfield on Thursday, February 18 at 6pm. The documentary features six modern-day abolitionists as they fight sex trafficking in America.
Journeying to six US cities opens the viewer's eyes to what's happening in our own backyards "in plain sight." Through engaging interviews with victims of force, fraud, or coercion into the world of sex trafficking, and how they are finding hope and freedom through individuals and aftercare homes.
"We are talking about cities across America- even here in Milwaukee, Brookfield, Sheboygan, Racine, Appleton, Beaver Dam, and all over Wisconsin, where the unthinkable is happening," says Krista Hull, Founder and Executive Director of Redeem and Restore Center in Pewaukee.
Redeem and Restore Center is focused on educating the American public, motivating people to take action, and raise support for thier aftercare home they plan to open in SE Wisconsin. Krista also said, "We had a great turnout for this movie last year with over 100 guests with great conversation following. So, we are excited to offer this opportunity again."
It is free and they only request you signup online to reserve your seat at: http://hopeandfreedomwi.eventbrite.com