We promised you something fun for our season finale, so here it is! We kick things off with the Traffik Report Collective playing a round of Karen Campbell’s Movie-Matchup Game: The Trafficking Edition. The Collective also joins us for a movie review, or take down, of the movie Taken! We interview collective member, Camilla Ho, about the Children of the Street program and the Youth Arts Engagement Project in BC which showcases how the arts really can be used to bust myths about trafficking. And we share our recommendations on books and movies that are an antidote to trafficking clichés we love to mock.
On this episode (click on Chapters tab to go directly to the following episode segments):
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PLEA Community Services’ Children of the Street program
We’ll update the Gallery link when the 2022 art work is available (late spring 2022).
These are some of the books and movies that Traffik Report Collective members recommended.
Rachel Lloyd, Girls Like Us (HarperCollins, 2012)
The Deuce (HBO, 3 seasons: 2017-2019)
Migrant Dreams, Min Sook Lee, director (2016)
La Nuit Venue (Night Ride), Frédéric Farrucci, director (2019)
MediaSmarts, Centre for Media and Digital Literacy
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