Save the Date for FREE public performances of the play “A Day in the Life.” It is part of a campaign to bring greater awareness, understanding, and advocacy for young people exploited in human sex trafficking. Stay to speak with a panel of community members to discuss Hawaii’s response the commercial sexual exploitation of children after the play.
Please note the language and subject matter in A Day In The Life is uncensored and raw. Recommended for ages 12+. The play is performed by the Good Capp Art Ensemble.
“A Day in the Life” has toured cities throughout the US and brings a human face to the commercial sexual exploitation of young people. The powerful and riveting production will serve as a the spring board for the workshop’s agenda including a presentation by survivors of sex trafficking in Hawaii, a panel discussion on the societal and legal issues, and advocacy and resources available to assist victims of sex trafficking. Katie Capiello, the ensemble director, is an award winning theater teacher and play writer who has been honored by the National Women’s Hall of Fame for her work in human trafficking and Project Impact, a leadership-through story telling workshop for youth and adult human trafficking survivors in New York. The production features actors and activist, ages 14-20, who tell the stories of youth survivors. These young activists have been vocal in their communities and schools about this issue and have lobbied alongside survivors in New York to decriminalize and fund programs to help victims of sex trafficking.
For questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 546-0439.
Saturday, August 26, 2017 @ 1:00 PM
Kamehameha Schools, 1887 Makuakane St., HNL
Room: RSVP for update on specific building at http://evite.me/SkJxsQHF96
Monday, August 28, 2017 @ 1:30 PM
U.H. School of Law
Moot Court Room
2515 Dole Street, Honolulu.
Parking in the parking structure on Lower Campus Road
RSVP and further information: http://evite.me/NcpF2QQyXN
Planning and Support for this campaign provided by: Susannah Wesley Community Center, Parents And Children Together, Hale Kipa, the Child Justice Center and it’s Interagency Committee on the Child Justice Act Grant, Friends of CASA-Hawaii (the Court Appointed Special Advocate’s program), The State of Hawaii-Judiciary and the Court Improvement Project, Domestic Violence Action Center, EPIC `Ohana, and the Department of Human Services.