Indoctrinated: The Grooming of our Children into Prostitution

 

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Indoctrinated: The Grooming of our Children into Prostitution is a powerful and impacting film that illustrates the reality behind the commercial sexual exploitation of youth in San Diego County. With a focus on stories from previously prostituted youth, the film provides audiences with a true understanding of the impact on communities, families, and victims. Indoctrinated also features interviews from local victim service providers, law enforcement officers, prosecutors, and parents. Legacy Productions has partnered with the San Diego County Office of Education and the ACTION Network to produce the film and develop an accompanying study guide.

The video was produced and directed by Jim Ellis of Legacy Productions and Manolo Guillen of Action Network.
Funding was provided from the San Diego County Office of Education’s Student Support Services Department.

Copies of Indoctrinated are available in English and Spanish through the San Diego County Office of Education.  To purchase a DVD with accompanying Study Guide, please email: Gabriela B. Delgado, gbaeza@sdcoe.net or Aida Hairston, aestar@sdcoe.net.

 

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