Latin Post | Mexican Beauty Kate del Castillo Assists in the Fight Against Human Trafficking

Latin Post | Published Nov 4, 2013

Kate del Castillo, the phenomenal Mexican actress, who convincingly played the role of Teresa Mendoza on "La Reina del Sur" (The Queen of the South) has decided to use her star power for good and assist Latin American organizations in the fight against trafficking through an informative documentary produced by the Esclavos Invisibles (Invisible Slaves) campaign.

The campaign's intentions are to prevent trafficking in Latin America and raise awareness. The film will share the stories of individuals in Mexico and Guatemala who became victims of human trafficking. Mexico, in particular, has become a hub for salacious activity and trafficking. Said to be an "origin, transit and destination for people trafficking," according to the campaign's organizers.

Castillo, a film actor as well as political one, she was appointed the Ambassador for the Mexican Commission on Human rights in 2009. In 2010, she helped to launch the Blue Heart Campaign, to raised awareness and fight against human trafficking. Though, she has shown controversial support for drug trafficker Chapo Guzman in the past.

Kate del Castillo, the phenomenal Mexican actress, who convincingly played the role of Teresa Mendoza on "La Reina del Sur" (The Queen of the South) has decided to use her star power for good and assist Latin American organizations in the fight against trafficking through an informative documentary produced by the Esclavos Invisibles (Invisible Slaves) campaign.

The campaign's intentions are to prevent trafficking in Latin America and raise awareness. The film will share the stories of individuals in Mexico and Guatemala who became victims of human trafficking. Mexico, in particular, has become a hub for salacious activity and trafficking. Said to be an "origin, transit and destination for people trafficking," according to the campaign's organizers.

Castillo, a film actor as well as political one, she was appointed the Ambassador for the Mexican Commission on Human rights in 2009. In 2010, she helped to launch the Blue Heart Campaign, to raised awareness and fight against human trafficking. Though, she has shown controversial support for drug trafficker Chapo Guzman in the past.