Friday, October 23, 2009

At the End of Slavery

Many of you have asked how you can fight trafficking and slavery around the globe from within your own community. IJM's powerful new documentary was designed to help you do just that — At the End of Slavery: The Battle for Justice in our Time* is a 31-minute film that takes viewers into the dark underworld of human trafficking and arms them with hope for a final end to slavery.
Help Us Grow the Movement — Just a Few Hours of Your Time
More than 27 million people are enslaved today, but if just 10% of Americans took action, we would have an advocate for every slave in the world. Bring new advocates to the fight by hosting your own "house party" screening of At the End of Slavery to introduce your community to the reality of modern-day slavery.

To date, hundreds of passionate IJM supporters like you are planning events that will reach more than 20,000 people in their homes, dorms, theatres and churches this fall. With your help, we can reach our goal of 50,000 people. Planning and hosting your event will take just a few hours, but the impact could last a lifetime.

Just 3 Simple Steps :
IJM has created a house party planning kit, which includes two copies of the film and takes you step-by-step through the process of planning a successful home screening.
1. Order your house party kit.
2. Plan and register your event.
3. Host your event!
Act Now!
Visit for more resources to plan your party and consider hosting your event during the Weekend to End Slavery (November 14, 2009) when IJM President and CEO Gary Haugen will host a 10 minute live webcast to kick off the evening events. A film alone will not end slavery. But by working together, we can.
Gratefully,Eileen CampbellDirector of Justice Campaigns

*At the End of Slavery: The Battle for Justice in our Time is a 31-minute documentary with narration by actor Danny Glover and music by Moby, Johnny Cash and Trentemøller. It features undercover footage from police rescue operations to free slaves, interviews with IJM clients and staff, as well as with leading experts and abolitionists including Kevin Bales, Mark Lagon, Samantha Power and Gary Haugen. Learn more about the film at

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