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  • AHS club-sponsored film highlights human-trafficking

  • The 20-minute film "Chosen," about a rural Oregon girl who was recruited into sex trafficking by her boyfriend, will be shown Thursday, March 20, at Ashland High School to help raise awareness of human-trafficking.
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  • The 20-minute film "Chosen," about a rural Oregon girl who was recruited into sex trafficking by her boyfriend, will be shown Thursday, March 20, at Ashland High School to help raise awareness of human-trafficking.
    The presentation will begin at 9:40 a.m. in the high school's Mountain Avenue Theatre, 201 S. Mountain Ave., Ashland.
    The event is sponsored by the Interact Club, a high school club associated with Rotary International.
    Faith Morse, of Oregonians Against Human Trafficking, and other local representatives will be on hand to speak about trafficking activity in Oregon and what can be done about it. The event is free and open to the community, as well as the Ashland High School students.
    For more information, call Amy Patton at 541-690-9983.
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