Alliance Hollywood Tackles Trafficking in Final Salon of 2010 Series

Alliance Hollywood will be hosting its final salon in the 2010 series. A screening of the documentary "Very Young Girls" followed by a panel discussion featuring the producers and director of the film will be the highlight.

WHERE: Raleigh Studios, The Pickford Theater

WHEN: Saturday, December 4, 2010

TIME: 7:30p.m.-Screening of Very Young Girls
*Panel Discussion and reception to follow

* RSVP required for capacity purposes
*Suggested donation-$10
*Parking available

*John Moser, Exec. Producer of Very Young Girls
*Priya Swaminathan, Director of Very Young Girls
*Nikki Junker, advocate and formerly trafficked, More Than a Purpose
*Kelly Hendon, Lost Angels of Hope
*Jason Brown, TeenTrak


Human trafficking is one of the worst human rights issues taking place worldwide today. Trafficking is the abuse of an individual in the form of labor or sexual exploitation. While it is more commonly publicized in other parts of the world, such as Cambodia, the FBI estimates that there are more than 100,00 American girls being trafficked worldwide. Our salon will bring together experts, advocates and concerned citizens to discuss how this issue directly affects Americans as it occurs on our soil and in our own backyards, as well as the legislation that needs to take place in order to stop this travesty.


Alliance Hollywood is a social advocacy group that represents the entertainment industry on Capitol Hill. The organization combines the industry's voice, media and financial power to "clean lobby" against corporate and special interest group lobbying. For more information on Alliance Hollywood, visit or e-mail