Stories of a Girl

 

PALS is proud to share this exhibit that documents our journey to prevent human trafficking since 2005. We have reached more than 10,000 people in at-risk communities to sound the awareness bell, providing support for survivors of human trafficking, and above all, to bring a brighter future to the many girls living in the remote border villages of Vietnam.

 

"We gave [the trafficking survivors] cameras as microphones to document their beautiful voices. This is the evidence of their incredible talent and of beauty, which would have been lost to our connected humanity if these survivors had not risked their lives for their freedom. Their courage and their talent fuel our resolve on this journey to protect." - Diep Vuong, President

 

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2013 Exhibit in San Jose, CA

 

Stories of a Girl, curated by Binh Danh, shares the hopes and dreams behind the statistics of human trafficking. Our first exhibit was held at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library in San Jose, CA from April 4 to May 13, 2013.