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I Will Rise

I Will Rise is an award-winning and eye-opening documentary that exposes the brutal reality of human trafficking. This film not only takes viewers on a journey into part of Christine McDonald's life, a survivor of 20 years of being commercially exploited, but viewers will hear from subject matter experts as well. This film shines a light on the complex truth of exploitation of the vulnerable, especially children. It also educates on the efforts of several organizations who are working tirelessly to combat this horrific billion dollar industry.

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That's Bluegrass
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