Did you watch the documentary Journey to Freedom? We’ve added additional footage for use in classrooms, viewing parties, and for organizational use.
· Journey to Freedom – Caretakers and Sanctuary (6:00): In this video, learn how the efforts of modern anti-trafficking heroes like Sister Aziza Kidane of Physicians for Human Rights-Israel and Phil Hyldgaard of A21 Greece to provide care, support and sanctuary to those fleeing slavery follows in the historic truth-telling footsteps of celebrated abolitionists like Catherine "Aunt Caty" Coffin.
· Journey to Freedom – Freedom Fighters, Now and Then (6:05): Learn how the inspirational efforts of modern anti-trafficking heroes like Gary Haugen of the International Justice Mission, Fatimata M'Baye of the Mauritanian Association for Human Rights, and Raimi Vincent Paraiso of ALTO (Republic of the Congo) to bring freedom to lead rescues and bring freedom to the enslaved follow in the daring footsteps of celebrated abolitionists like John Parker.
· Journey to Freedom – Advocates for Freedom Through Time (5:36): In this video, learn how the efforts of modern anti-trafficking heroes like international lawyer, teacher, and scholar Anna Gallagher, and Maria Giammarinaro of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, to change the hearts and minds of those in power follows in the historic truth-telling footsteps of celebrated abolitionists like Harriet Beecher Stowe.
· Journey to Freedom – Law and the Defense of Freedom (5:37): Discover the unique role lawyers have played, in history and again today, in attacking human bondage. Learn how the efforts of modern anti-trafficking heroes like Argentina's Chief Trafficking Prosecutor Marcelo Colombo and Deputy Police Commission Jeannette Richardson-Baars of Aruba follow in the historic footsteps of celebrated abolitionist lawyers like Salmon P. Chase.
· Journey to Freedom – Solomon and Vannak (8:07): This excerpt from the full length documentary "Journey to Freedom" focuses in exclusively on the stories of Solomon Northup and Prum Vannak. Each man left home to find work to support his family - Solomon in 19th Century U.S.A and Vannak in the 21st Century Cambodia - only to be trafficked into slavery and forced to spend years laboring against their will. When each escaped and returned home, due both to their own incredible courage and the dedicated efforts of others, they made sure their stories were known. Solomon wrote the celebrated autobiography "12 Years a Slave" and Vannak shares drawings of his experience around the world. These are their stories.