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GBHS Will Host Second Screening of "Ring of Silence"

Grand Blanc High School will host another FREE screening of the movie, Ring of Silence, followed by a panel discussion on human trafficking.

Doors of Howard Pepper Auditorium will open at 5:45 pm. The movie will start at 6:00 pm on February 26, 2020, and is approximately 95 minutes long. The panel discussion will immediately follow and will allow for questions from the audience as time permits.

When you arrive, please enter through the main entrance of the east campus of GBHS. The auditorium will be in front of you through the double doors to the right. The staff will be present to assist you.

When you click register, you will have a choice of either attending both the movie and panel at 6:00 pm or just the panel discussion at 7:40 pm, so please register accordingly.

Expert panel participants will vary from the first showing in November. All those who already attended or already viewed the movie are welcome to come to participate in the discussion and hear new perspectives. We highly encourage our high school parents to bring their students, but everyone is welcome!

Scheduled guests:

  • Nicole Bowers Wallace, creator of the film, Ring of Silence
  • Trooper Steve Kramer from the Michigan State Police
  • Grand Blanc Township Police Chief Ron Wiles
  • Lieutenant Wendy K. Reyes from the Oakland County Sheriff's Office
  • Dawn Teneyuque from the YWCA/Voices for Children 
  • Stephanie Lee, RN, SANE from Hurley
  • Edee Franklin, founder of Sanctum House, a safe home for women survivors of human sex trafficking
  • Victim of human trafficking

This movie is rated PG-13 for mature content. Anyone under 14 must have a parent or guardian present.


Registration can also be done by phone at 810.591.6026.