With over 300 screenings of At the End of Slavery and more than 13,000 people who attended, The Weekend to End Slavery was a success in helping to catalyze individuals and communities to fight against this very real injustice.
Here’s a sneak peak into two watch parties that took place over the weekend:
1. Derek Webb and wife Sandra McCracken’s watch party in Nashville, TN:
- Here’s a tweet: “RT @derekwebb: here you go RT @uglymugs:Â http://twitpic.com/pkg17 – People watching “At the End of Slavery” // AMAZING! Thx so much! ~DL”
- Click for a twitpic of their watch party!
2. One house party in southeast Germany:
- Click for 4 photos from the house party!
If you attended a screening of “At the End of Slavery,”Â what’s one new fact YOU learned about human trafficking or modern-day slavery?
Did anything said or shown in the film come as a surprise to you?
What is one way you think your community can help end slavery, TODAY?
Please share your comments with us, below.
You can also give us an inside look into the screening you attended by sending a tweet to @IJMHQ with your thoughts and photos.Â We’d love to get your feedback!
Attention all house party and church screening hosts!
We want to make sure your screening is represented on our map of the hundreds of screenings that will be taking place across the country and world.
So – if you have not yet registered your At the End of Slavery screening, please do so here before the weekend really kicks off!
We look forward to hearing from you.
Attention house party hosts:
With the Weekend to End Slavery just a few days away, it’s important to start preparing for your house party on Saturday, November 14.
So this week, AttheEndofSlavery.com will be offering tips and suggestions for throwing a successful screening. And, what is a great house party without delicious food? Here are three recipes from Allrecipes.com, Better Homes and Gardens, and Tasteofhome.com that your guests are sure to enjoy!