Few teenagers think of slavery as a modern-day issue. It's something they read about in history books-a painful, troubling chapter from the past. Unfortunately, slavery remains a 21st century reality in the form of sex trafficking. Around our world, people are bought and sold as if they were commodities.
Baht is a documentary that exposes this issue through the real-life story of Sophea. She's a young Cambodian woman fighting to rebuild her life after being deceived by someone she trusted and forced into prostitution. This documentary was made with the goal of informing people and spurring them to fight injustices-in Southeast Asia and other parts of the world, as well as in their own communities.
This screening kit contains the Baht documentary on DVD, all the marketing materials you'll need to promote a movie event, and follow-up discussion questions. The documentary runs about 30 minutes, and a viewing plus discussion can all take place in a 60- to 90-minute session. This film will stir your students' hearts, and the complete kit will open their eyes, challenge their hearts, and drive their lives toward Kingdom action.
While supplies last!
May not be available in Canada.