If you’re looking for a practical way to get involved in the fight against sex trafficking, join me on Nov. 9 at the UNCHAINED Fashion Show.
This unique event will feature video, narration and 30 dresses created by Season 5 Project Runway designer Korto Momolu to educate audiences on awareness and prevention of human trafficking. UNCHAINED based its script directly on the experiences of female survivors from Ohio.
Since Boyle & Dalton published The Black Lens novel in February, I’ve met a lot of great nonprofits that are fighting sex trafficking both locally and around the world. But I decided to join the UNCHAINED Board of Directors in June because of their unique focus on using the arts to battle modern slavery.
“Christopher Stollar is a published writer, an activist for human trafficking and a member of the UNCHAINED board,” the organization announced in June. “Pick up his book The Black Lens to learn more about the realities of sex trafficking in rural America.”
Check out this great story in The Columbus Dispatch about UNCHAINED. To read reviews ofThe Black Lens or order a copy, please go to Amazon.