The Dalit Freedom Network in partnership with Oral Roberts University is excited to invite you to the Oklahoma advanced screening of the film Not Today. This event includes honored guests such as the President of DFN, Dr. Ana Steele, and the film's producer, Brent Martz, to share about the crisis of human trafficking in India and ten years of solution through the work of DFN and its India partners.
DFN is a faith-based, human rights organization that has taken up the cause of 250 million Dalit people in India. The Dalits, historically known as the "untouchables" and "outcastes," make up 25% of India's 1.2 billion population; they are the most at-risk and trafficked people in any single nation on earth.
Not Today is a powerful feature length film that tells the human trafficking story that too many young girls in India and their families face every day. This event will be a great opportunity to interact with those who are actively campaigning before our government and across our country to raise awareness about Dalit trafficking and to create solutions to eradicate it. Audience members will also hear about what it was like to create this movie in India and how projects like Not Today are changing the world through film.
Not Today carries a message of hope and a call for justice.