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Used and Discarded: The Story of a Trafficked Survivor

SeraphimGLOBAL

Thursday, September 19, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)

Washington, DC

Used and Discarded: The Story of a Trafficked Survivor

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On September 19th at 6pm, artist Christine Walters will live out the true story of a child abused sexually by her father who ran away from home only to be sold to a New York City pimp at the age of 13.  She will use LIVE DJ music, costume and paint to share the loss of innocence, abuse, addiction, realized freedom and picking up the pieces.  

Please join us for an evening of art, awareness, and great food and drink as Christine paints the abstract of her story to the sounds of renowned DJ Heather Femia. 

The event will be a fundraiser and silent auction to benefit SeraphimGLOBAL, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides a variety of services to trafficked survivors. If unable to attend this event, SeraphimGLOBAL gratefully accepts direct, secure donations through the organization's website: www.seraphimglobal.org

The event will be graciously held at:
JinDC 
2017 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC

Ticket Prices:
Advance: $15
Door: $20 

 

Proud Sponsors:
RAW Washington, DC
JinDC 
Curators Grayson Heck and Jesse Cohen from ArtDC 

Generous Affiliates:
Barbara Amaya, Trafficking Survivor, Author, Advocate
SeraphimGLOBAL
Christine Walters, Performance Artist
Heather Femia, DJ
Colin S. Johnson, Photographer
Dennis Benavides, Film 

Have questions about Used and Discarded: The Story of a Trafficked Survivor? Contact SeraphimGLOBAL

When & Where


JinDC
2017 14th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

Thursday, September 19, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)


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SeraphimGLOBAL

SeraphimGLOBAL, a 501(c)3 organization established in 1996, provides health, education and social support for the world’s most vulnerable populations. Its goal is to improve human rights, individual and community access to health services, and the education of professionals and paraprofessionals in treating victims of trauma and human trafficking.

SeraphimGLOBAL has provided health care, training on victimisation and trauma, community development, social services, clean water and sanitation to marginalized and rural communities.  Its teams also provide in-depth psychosocial services to survivors of trafficking, exploitation, and violence around the world.

We appreciate your generous and continued support.

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