Where: Bowdoin College (Howell House) – Brunswick, ME

When: Wednesday, April 6th @ 7pm

The Storm Makers
by Guillaume Suon

Join Bowdoin College for a free screening of The Storm Makers. A panel and facilitated discussion with Cambodian exchange students will follow to discuss the trafficking of Cambodian women. For more information, visit bowdoin.edu/calendar.

The Storm Makers Conversation Starter: Aya’s mother is angry, calling her daughter “worthless” and “a slut” for returning from Malaysia with a baby. What underlying beliefs or ideologies make this type of blaming-the-victim possible? How do these ideologies contribute to a culture in which rape is common and victims rather than rapists are held to account?

For more prompts for discussion, take a look at the The Storm Makers Discussion Guide.

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