The BGB Studio walks to stop domestic trafficking
An actors superpower is her deep compassion and ability to connect with other people and the community around her. Community engagement is a big part of being an actor and the practice of community involvement gets you out of your head and makes you a better actor.
This past weekend, The BGB Studio participated in The Mary Magdalene Project’s Walk To Stop Trafficking. The Mary Magdalene Project helps victims of domestic trafficking and street prostitution exit the lifestyle. And that’s no easy task when the average age of women on the streets began prostituting at age 12. Right here in North Hollywood and the surrounding area women are forced to engage in street prostitution and those women need our help. Check out MMP.org for more information.
Some of our actors ran, others walked through the very same streets where sex trade workers work.
Jacqueline Pinol and Alicia Ziegler get set to run the 5K!
Nancy Ma and friend happy to be be running!
Emma Barret, Tessa Rae and Charlie chilling out before the walk.
It was a fun day of walking, engaging with our community and standing up against domestic trafficking and prostitution.