Dear Friends of Meta House!
Cambodian Prum Vannak was recently recognized by the US State Department as one of 10 “heroes” in the fight against human trafficking.
In 2006, he was kidnapped from Cambodia and forced into virtual slavery in Thailand. For three years, he worked on a fishing boat for 20 hours a day and was mistreated, starved, and tortured. Following his rescue he has captured his experiences in a series of drawings that he hopes will help stop this modern form of slavery.
* Prum Vannak will be our guest of honor
for the roundtable discussion
ART AGAINST TRAFFICKING,
this Thursday, 2PM @ Meta House.
Open to the Public.
* The documentary BEYOND BORDERS about Prum Vannak
will be screened this Friday, 20/07, 7PM @ Meta.
Prum Vannak and film maker Jocelyn Pederick will be in attendance.