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Not My Life - Child traffiking Documentary: UNICEF event

"Join the U.S. Fund for UNICEF for a free reception, screening and panel of Robert Bilheimer's acclaimed documentary: Not My Life. This documentary explores the global problem of child trafficking and features inspiring testimony from survivors.    
Learn more about what you can do to combat child trafficking both locally and globally!

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by

Liz Walker featuring Susan Bissell of UNICEF and Lina Nealon of Demand Abolition."

Please R.S.V.P. here and to Leigh Forbush at [masked] or [masked] x 100.

US Fund For UNICEF, NE chapter | 420 Boylston St | Boston | MA | 02116

  • Theatre 1 is on the first floor near the entrance of Revere Hotel (separate entrance). You will see the sign of Theatre 1 from the Stuart St. Public/event parking costs $20/25. other possible parking around the Boston Common (meters) but very tight. Nearest T is Arlington (any Green Line) - about a 7 min. walk.

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  • Mariko

    Here is the email from Leigh of Unicef :

    Thank you to everyone who came to the Not My Life screening last night! It was incredible to see so many people interested in learning more about ending child trafficking. Now that you know more about the global and domestic problem of child trafficking, we hope you are empowered to take action and educate others! As mentioned last night, there are many ways to do so:

    Share Not My Life with others! You can find a 30 minute version <>; on YouTube or contact the U.S. Fund for UNICEF New England Regional Office for a copy of the 83 minute version. Join the U.S. Fund for UNICEF End Trafficking group on the UNICEF Action Center <>; to participate in forum discussions, download resources, and learn about new ways to take action. ...Don't hesitate to be in touch.

    Leigh Forbush
    Global Citizenship Fellow
    U.S. Fund for UNICEF[masked] x 100

    November 29, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    The movie was very good and the discussion after was excellent.

    November 28, 2012

  • Mariko

    Hi Folks,
    Some info from Leigh for tonight screening at Revere Hotel 6 pm. Be on the lookout for volunteers wearing UNICEF cyan blue shirts who will help direct you from the hotel to the theater. Travel by public transportation:
    The Revere Hotel Theater 1 is about 2-3 blocks walking from the Arlington and Boylston "T" stations on the Green Line. The Revere Hotel is also about 2-3 blocks from the Tufts Medical Center "T" station on the Orange Line.

    Parking is available at both 200 Stuart St Garage at the Revere Hotel and nearby at the Motor Mart Garage at 201 Stuart St, however parking is not free (rates vary from $16-18 for 3 hour parking). We encourage the use of public transportation.

    See you later tonight! (i will bring my usual meetup sign and nametags)

    November 28, 2012

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