The Roosevelt House Human Rights Program

with the New Yorkers for Equality Model

invite you to attend

A Vision for Justice and Equality

Tuesday, February 21st

Roosevelt House Auditorium

47-49 E 65th Street

at 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM ET

The New York Premiere of the short film “Can Oppression be Liberation?” a 30-minute film featuring three generations of Black women who share their lived experiences and solutions for justice as sex trade survivors in New York and across the U.S.

Click here to RSVP for In-Person

followed by a panel discussion featuring

Margot Wallström
Former Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of Sweden

Melanie Thompson
Outreach & Advocacy Coordinator, Coalition Against Trafficking in Women
Hunter College Student
Survivor Leader

Cristián Eduardo
Co-Founder, United Immigrants of New York
Survivor Leader

Sonia Ossorio
Executive Director, National Organization for Women – NYC and Women’s Justice NOW

Moderated by Taina Bien-Aimé
Executive Director, Coalition Against Trafficking in Women

Reception to follow

A Vision for Justice and Equality for Sex Trade Survivors | New York Premiere of “Can Oppression be Liberation?” | Posted on February 15th, 2023 | Human Rights Program Events