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Don’t let me go – The Click Five and MTV EXIT| 4mins
Director: MTV EXIT | Producer: MTV EXIT
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Thailand
Subject Tags: asia, crime, global, human rights, migration, thailand, trafficking, violence
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
U.S. pop band, The Click Five, has once again teamed up with MTV EXIT to publicly take a stand against the selling of humans for sex or manual labor. In an exclusive music video collaboration for the track, "Don't Let Me Go,” the band has taken a literal approach to how blind we are to the active trafficking trade going on around us. With images of active trafficking deals and factoids about the prevalence of humans sold as commodities, the video is a powerful wake-up call to all those that have turned a blind eye to the trade. The music video premiered on MTV channels internationally on April 15, 2011.

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