In Plain Sight

wmns_in_plain_sight_cover Most Americans are completely oblivious to the fact that thousands of women and children are enslaved within their own communities. This isn’t limited to Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and New York. We’re talking about cities across America – from Sacramento to Little Rock to Baltimore – where the unthinkable is happening “in plain sight.” Journeying to six US cities, we open the viewer’s eyes to what’s happening down the street “in plain sight”. Through engaging interviews with numerous victims of sex trafficking, the force, coercion, and deception of the children and women becomes apparent. In the midst of the darkness, stories of hope and freedom emerge as each survivor shares how she was impacted through the work of a sex trafficking aftercare home.

What’s Unique About This Documentary?

The film has been produced for the widest possible audience – accessible to people of all faiths or no faith at all.

The film is not sexualized for shock value.

While we educate the viewer, our focus is on HOPE and the powerful steps that six ordinary women have taken to bring HEALING to the lives of survivors.


In honor of National Human Trafficking Prevention Month in January 2015, we want to empower you to share the stories of hope and freedom that are emerging from the darkness of sex trafficking. Click here to learn more.

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