THE DAY MY GOD DIED

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A young girl, wearing a white dress, standing, looks down against a blurred pink background.
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“I would not wish that life on an enemy… It would be better to hang yourself and die.” —Sita, abducted and sold at age 15
An impoverished scene: an empty folding chair sits in front of the entrance of a blue building with peeling paint on the walls, a clothesline full of clothing and a curtain pulled aside revealing an open door.
Every day, 2,500 women and children around the world are sold into sexual slavery. Entering the brothels of Bombay with hidden cameras, THE DAY MY GOD DIED documents the tragedy of the child sex trade, exposing human rights violations and profiling the courageous abolitionists who are working towards change.

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