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L.A. Times echoes Sands of Silence PBS premiere

L.A. Times echoes Sands of Silence WORLD Channel and PBS premiere By SERGIO BURSTEIN WRITER   SEPT. 23, 2020 3:04 PM To celebrate the International Day against Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking in Women and Children (which is commemorated today) and, incidentally, Hispanic Heritage Month (which ends on October 15),  this weekend the celebrated documentary “Sands of […]

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Ms. Magazine features Sands of Silence PBS premiere

Sands of Silence airs and streams on WORLD Channel and PBS Tune in on Sunday Sept. 27, 2020, 7pm PT / 10pm ET or Stream at WORLD Channel Ms. Magazine – an interview with Sands of Silence director Chelo Alvarez-Stehle by author and scholar Carrie N. Baker  “For the last two decades, journalist and […]

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Sands of Silence Premieres WORLD Channel / PBS ~ Sun 9/27/2020

Photo Credit: William Sparkes WORLD Channel’s “Doc World” Series & 174 PBS Stations September 27, 2020 @ 7p PT / 10 p ET Celebrating International Day Against Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking of Women and Children and WORLD Channel Hispanic Heritage Month celebration “This is a culmination of a 12-year effort,” says director Alvarez-Stehle, “on the […]

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Asahi Shimbun: Film to become the ray of hope

Asahi Shimbun 10/31/2018 Kibo no hikari ni naru eiga. Korekara mo.  Film to become the ray of hope. Dome no Tabibito – Traveler to the Dome Edited by Tetsuaki Otaki I came to Hiroshima for the screening of my first documentary feature film, Sands of Silence at the Hiroshima City University.  I have been researching sexual exploitation […]

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Heart-wrenching trip to EL PASO, TX and CIUDAD JUAREZ, MX

A new app and the infatigable work of advocates like Verónica Corchado in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico,  is providing a safety network to the young girls at risk of being raped, kidnapped, trafficked and disappeared everyday while commuting for work or study through what’s been called the **most dangerous corridor in the world.** —– When Liz […]

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