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Breaking the Paper Chains: How one frustrated American entrepreneur began a campaign to reform the international adoption process

Breaking the Paper Chains: How one frustrated American entrepreneur began a campaign to reform the international adoption process

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Date:
Friday, May 10, 2013
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Computer Science Room 104 (Large Auditorium)
(campus map)
Other: Reception to follow

When entrepreneur Craig Juntunen adopted his three children from Haiti seven years ago, He discovered an unwieldy and dysfunctional process. Hear how that led Craig to utilize his entrepreneurial mindset and the discipline he garnered as a leader on the football field to form Both Ends Burning, a nonprofit dedicated to reforming the system, and produce a documentary, "STUCK," designed to educate the American public about the 10 million children around the globe victimized through disinterest and unnecessary bureaucracy. 

Juntunen is nearing the end of a 61-city barnstorming tour across the country to premiere the film and has set aside an evening to talk about leading a grassroots movement to reform international adoption.

Princeton Premiere of STUCK
7 p.m. - Saturday, May 11, 2013 at the Montgomery Cinema
1325 US RT 206 Rocky Hill, NJ
(After Movie Free Ice Cream for All Ticket Holders)

The film is narrated by Mariska Hargitay of Law and Order, with a soundtrack by Daniel Baron of South Africa. This love story of hope and determination is focused on improving the international adoption process.  Help us bring millions of children stuck in orphanages around the world into more loving environments. For more information about the movement visit:  www.bothendsburning.org

 

To purchase tickets scan the QR code or visit: http://www.samuelgoldwynfilms.com/

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