Love is Not for Sale: A Screening and Conversation to Address Sex Trafficking in America
|Date||02/16/16 6:00pm to 9:00pm|
|Presenter(s)||Jennifer Kempto and Pearl Gluck|
|Location||Foster Auditorium, Paterno Library, Penn State|
Jennifer Kempton will share her experience as a survivor of sex trafficking in Columbus, Ohio, and how she founded Survivor’s Ink, an organization that helps survivors overcome the painful reminders of their past by offering cover-up tattoos or “de-branding,” removal of brandings or scars received while being trafficked. Film/Video professor Pearl Gluck will show a sneak peek of her work-in-progress film The Turn Out, also set in Ohio and created in collaboration with survivors. Kempton is working with Gluck on her next film.