Invisible Chains

Some 27 million people live in slavery around the world. “Invisible Chains” is a rare television investigation that will show you it’s not only happening overseas. Michele Gillen’s report is a chilling look into our own backyard, which the Justice Department calls an epicenter of modern-day slavery.

The story is told through the voices of three women living in hiding from the men they say stole their freedom and so much more. “Invisible Chains” was internationally screened June 17 in Rome, Italy at the International Conference Against Human Trafficking hosted by the U.S. Embassy to the Holy See.