A performance piece of survivor stories that tells of their journeys in, through, and out of human trafficking.
At The Toledo Museum / Center for Visual Arts September 18
A highlight at the International Human Trafficking & Social Justice Conference in Toledo September 18
At Toledo Arts Momentum September
A Thousand Hands: A Million Stars is a creative, collaborative effort uniting visual art, poetry, music and song created and performed all by women as a vehicle to bring awareness, empowerment and a voice to those that have been rendered silent and hopeless by their experience in human sex trafficking.
The artists of “A Thousand Hands: A Million Stars” have taken inspiration through survivors’ experiences and stories, contributing to personal narratives of their journey in, through and out of human sex trafficking in hopes of providing visibility to the invisible victims and the power of recovery and healing.
“You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know.” – William Wilberforce