Shining a Light in the Dark: Voices of Innocence Celebrates Hope After Life in Human Trafficking

On January 14th, Traffick911 presents Voices of Innocence: A Night Celebrating Hope After Life in Human Trafficking. The program will shine a light on stories of real victims and celebrate their recovery and restoration through storytelling. Executive Director Carol Stine describes the moving and unique evening below. Tickets for Voices of Innocence can be purchased here.

Requiem (Photo by Amitava Sarkar)

One of the dark secrets that lies underneath the surface, right here in Austin, Texas, is the growing problem of the sex trafficking of children. As Austin has become a magnetic city that brings in more and more large events, national and international, these events also bring in some of the worst elements in our society. Human sex trafficking has become a very real problem, right under our noses.

Reuel Steinway

On January 14, 2015, Traffick911 is presenting Voices of Innocence/A Night Celebrating Hope After Life in Human Trafficking at The Long Center. This event will shine a light on stories of real victims and celebrate their recovery and restoration through storytelling, music and breathtaking aerial performances. The goal of this event is to raise awareness in Austin and beyond and begin our hopeful journey to end this horrible crime against children.

We will shine a light on stories of real victims and celebrate their recovery and restoration through storytelling.

Music by renowned pianist Reuel

Breathtaking aerial performances by  Blue Lapis Light.

Join us as we raise awareness in Austin and beyond and begin our hopeful journey to end this horrible crime against children.

Harnesses (Photo by Amitava Sarkar)There will only be 250 VIP tickets that include the after party that will honor law enforcement officers who have been instrumental in helping to rescue children and capture their abductors. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet lawmakers, performers and members of Traffic911.

We will have a VIP reception immediately following the performance in the Kodosky Donor Lounge where we will honor law enforcement and local officials who have aided in our rescue mission. The reception will be limited to 250 people and you will have a private opportunity to meet the performers, lawmakers and Traffick911 officials.

Voices of Innocence will be presented in the Long Center’s Rollins Studio Theatere. Tickets are available and can be purchased here.

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