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Human Trafficking is a major problem in America

Photographer / Documentary producer / Writer

Human trafficking is a form of modern slavery that also exists throughout the United States.

Human traffickers use violence, threats, lies, debt bondage, and other forms of coercion to compel adults and children to engage in commercial sex acts against their will.

55% are women and girls.             26% of them are children.             68% of them are trapped in forced labor.

You can help stop this abomination

by supporting  this feature documentary film produced for PBS stations nationally.

Johan, in association with Executive Producer James Hout, has had seven successful documentaries broadcast nationally, you can help his next important film be produced. What Is My Name, a film exposing the trafficking problem in the U.S., and the aftercare facilities that helps sex trafficked women escape.

Johan’s previous nationally broadcast films.

WHAT IS MY NAME a film produced for PBS stations nationally, covering the story about the largest human trafficking aftercare facility in America.

What happens to women after being trafficked? Because of limited resources most women get trapped back into sex trafficking. This is a story of an individual that is turning things around in a big way.

Daughter? Sister? Mother? Friend? Who am I?

U.S. sources of trafficking information

Proceeds from the film
go to support aftercare

facilities in the U.S. for

trafficked women.

Support this awareness film today

Help us free trafficked women!

Producer / Director

JOHAN BOS

Associate Producer

REBECCA HOLMES

Executive Producer

JAMES HOUT

Written by

REBECCA HOLMES

Executive producer:  james@jameshout.com

Producer / director:   johan@jameshout.com

Associate producer:  rebecca@jameshout.com


Interested in underwriting this film? Contact us here: underwriting@jameshout.com

Questions? whatismyname@jameshout.com

Now from Executive Producer JAMES HOUT

A film by JOHAN BOS

Supported by

Aftercare For Trafficked Women

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