Documentary Screening: This Adventure Called California

June 19th   |   6 PM   |   The Posner Center

Join Us!

Join us at The Posner Center on June 19th at 6 PM for a screening of This Adventure Called California. This documentary short tells the true story of one immigrant, Arnoldo, and his journey toward healing as a survivor of labor trafficking.

We will watch the film together (30-minute run time), have a short discussion, and then head to Improper City for food and drinks!

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Screening Details

Why Attend?

This Adventure Called California is a powerful documentary short that highlights something often left out of anti-trafficking conversations: labor trafficking. Through Arnoldo’s story, we can consider how labor exploitation shows up in our own communities. The director gave us special permission to screen this movie with you! It is a very short film (<30 minutes), so we’ll have time to react and discuss together. Then we’ll keep the conversation going at Improper City for anybody who wants to join us!

Where To Go?

The documentary screening of This Adventure Called California will be hosted in the Commons at The Posner Center at 1031 33rd St. Denver 80205. There is a small parking lot and free street parking in the blocks surrounding the building. After the screening, we will head over to Improper City which is located at 3201 Walnut St, Denver, CO 80205.