Thursday, November 11, 2010

Mu Sochua, human rights activist and opposition member of the Cambodian parliament, to discuss the new documentary "RedLight," which examines child prostitution and other human rights abuses in southeast Asia. 

Screenings of “Redlight”

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Seabury Center 45 Church Lane, Westport, CT

Reception at 7:30 pm Screening at 8:00 pm, followed by a Q&A with Mu Sochua and Director Guy Jacobson Screening & VIP seating - $100 Screening only - $30 ($15 for students)

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Ridgefield Playhouse 80 East Ridge Road, Ridgefield, CT

Screening at 4:00 pm, followed by a Q&A with Mu Sochua and Director Guy Jacobson 2:30 pm VIP Reception Lounsbury House Screening & VIP seating - $100 Screening only - $30 ($15 for students)

For more information and to RSVP contact Roberta Cooper at or 203-227-8973.


Mu Sochua

Comments [5]

boo from manhattan

it would have been nice to hear more from this woman, such an important and urgent topic. if proritizing was an option, i would have swapped the spots with the food lady, and not even a mention of child slavery in the blurb, i had to scroll down to find this.

Nov. 11 2010 11:46 AM
Marielle from Brooklyn

Lori, you are so right.

Nov. 11 2010 11:44 AM
Dorothy from Manhattan

I've been in ~35 countries in Asia, N. Africa, S. America, Europe. I've never seen heart-rending, gut wrenching poverty such as what I saw in Cambodia.

Nov. 11 2010 11:41 AM
teal from tarrytown

a couple of weeks ago in Detroit airport I met a wonderfull dedicated young couple from Wisconsin: Joseph Quinnell and Susan Perri who started The Thailand Project. They are traveling the world to raise awareness and funds to help the "stateless people" who escaped Burma to Thailand and are now stateless inThailand where they are "non-people" many of their children end up sold or stolen for work slavery or sex slavery.. The Thailand Project is helping them through supporting them in higher education.
check them out....

Nov. 11 2010 11:40 AM
Lori from Montclair, NJ

1) Yep, if I were a single woman, I'd ask to see a guy's passport because frankly sex tourism is more common than we care to admit. Pure evil, the worst kind of exploitation and the NJ/NYC are is huge for this as well.

2) I hate to say it because I know how it will flip people out, but if the church and conservative US policy didn't get in the way of international birth control in terms of policy and preaching (because they supposedly LOVE children), there wouldn't be so many unwanted, vulnerable children to exploit. What do they THINK happens to children born in to families and societies that can not provide for them?

Nov. 11 2010 11:40 AM

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