Dreams Die Hard: Survivors of Slavery in America Tell Their Stories| 36mins
Director: Peggy Callahan | Producer: Peggy Callahan
Focus Years: 2005 | Country: United States
In our cities and our neighborhoods there are slaves in America today. Around 18,000 people are brought to the U.S.A. every year as victims of human trafficking. "Dreams Die Hard" exposes the slavery that puts food on our tables, cleans middle-class homes, and abuses young men and women in forced prostitution. Through trickery and violence, men and women, boys and girls, are enslaved. Slaves have been found in more that 90 cities across America, and may be in your backyard. "Dreams Die Hard" also introduces the people and groups that are taking the risks and kicking down the doors to set free the salves in the U.S.A.