In the United States, students, government representatives, campaigners - as well as The Price of Free director, Derek Doneen - have already taken part in activities and screenings for the 100 Million campaign. Screenings have taken place in government buildings, schools, and universities, with young people ready to take more action and signing up to set up local campaign groups all over the country.

Turning Point School, Culver City, California

Students at Turning Point School in Culver City, California, hosted a special screening of The Price of Free and welcomed the film's director, Derek Doneen, to participate in a question and answer session. Students had a lively discussion on child labour and ways they can work to end this injustice against children.

Massachusetts State House, Boston

Students addressed government representatives during a formal event hosted at the Massachusetts State House in Boston. They gave presentations and asked what their representatives will do to ensure an end to child labour, before screening The Price of Free.


Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island

The unBUYnd advocacy group hosted a screening of The Price of Free at Brown University. unBUYnd is an anti-human trafficking advocacy campaign comprised of students from Brown and Rhode Island School of Design students who are committed to taking concrete action to buy out of systems that put profits before people. The group works directly with State Legislators to get anti-trafficking bills passed at the state level. 


Appalachian State University, North Carolina

Led by the Walker School of Business, students interested in management and global business took part in the screening of The Price of Free. 


University of Cincinnati, Ohio

Organised by former staff member of Bachpan Bachao Andolan, Tushar Maadan, students from the University of Cincinnati watched the film and were able to learn about more about the work of Kailash Satyarthi during a Q&A session run by Tushar.

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

Two screenings were held at the University of Minnesota. Inspired by a previous visit by Kailash Satyarthi to Minneapolis, student Laura Nelson organised the screenings. One of these was hosted by a first year living/learning community called Environment House. 


Stanford University, California

Organised by one of the youth activists from the 100 Million US campaign, the screening at Stanford was hosted in a hall of residents, where students also engaged in discussion following the screening.