Ashton Kutcher got emotional talking to congress about women worldwide being trafficked for sex and exploited
The scourge of sex trafficking will remain with us until its opponents are willing to go farther in battling evil in the sexual realm.
Ashton Kutcher’s dream is to end modern-day slavery, and to this end, he co-founded Thorn: Digital Defenders of Children, an organization against human trafficking. When people are exploited for sex or labor, the State Department defines this as Human Trafficking. Show More Summary
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After an emotional testimony before the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, a new bromance? Ashton Kutcher was in DC on Wednesday to testify about human trafficking, which he's been fighting against since 2009, and in addition to giving what CNN calls an "impassioned" speech on the topic, there was...
Actor Ashton Kutcher is normally found on the big screen, but he was on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, to speak about a very important cause: ending...
Actor Ashton Kutcher made an emotional speech on Wednesday at a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing in Washington. Kutcher is the cofounder of Thorn, an anti-human trafficking organization that builds software to fight the sexual...Show More Summary
Ashton Kutcher and Sen. John McCain really did hit it off on Capitol Hill... due to the actor's passion for something other than Hollywood. We got McCain after Kutcher testified about the horrors of human trafficking, but as we told you…
"I am here today to defend the right to pursue happiness"
Although Ashton Kutcher is best known for his roles in massively popular sitcoms like That 70s Show and Two and a Half Men, he’s only just begun some of the most important work of his life. In 2009, the Iowan actor founded a non-profit organization dedicated to fighting human trafficking and child sexual exploitation. Show More Summary
After Ashton Kutcher testified for members of the Senate, John McCain thanked the star of The Ranch. But he also threw a joke in there that was a hilarious dig at the actor.
Ashton Kutcher is speaking out about some extremely important issues. The 39-year-old actor and philanthropist testified in front of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee about modern day slavery on Wednesday (February 15) in Washington D.C. Show More Summary
On Wednesday morning, actor Ashton Kutcher and Human Rights First CEO Elisa Massimino went before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to testify against human trafficking and modern slavery. Chairman of the committee Senator Bob Corker...Show More Summary
TV and film star Ashton Kutcher found himself in a role today that his fans might consider out of character for the mischievous mastermind of “Punk’d” and the actor behind the devil-may-care Michael Kelso on “That ’70s Show.” In a.....
To some (myself included), Ashton Kutcher will always be that guy who thought it was a good idea to dress up in brownface for a Popchip commercial. Fortunately, he's moved on splendidly from that unfortunate mistake and now uses his...
Ashton Kutcher attends a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Ending Modern Slavery: Building on Success at Dirksen Senate Office Building on Wednesday (February 15) in Washington, DC. To lighten the mood before the hearing began, Senator John McCain spoke directly to the actor, saying, “Ashton, you were better looking in the movies.” In response, [...]
Ashton Kutcher gave an emotional speech on modern slavery to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee at a hearing that took place on Shine a Light on Slavery Day. Full transcript "I've met victims that've been trafficked from Mexico, victims in New York, and New Jersey, and all across our country. Show More Summary
In the beefcakiest news to come out of Washington since Justin Trudeau visited Tuesday, actor, prankster, and businessman Ashton Kutcher stopped by a Senate committee hearing today to testify about modern slavery and flirt with Senator John McCain. Kutcher is the co-founder of Thorn, an organization dedicated to using technology ... More »