At 3 Generations putting an end to human atrocity is our mission. Whether we are working with survivors of genocide, commercial sexual exploitation, or war veterans, we are working towards the greater goal of exposing and eradicating crimes against humanity.
Just this month we've posted two new videos, on two separate subjects, connected by the fact that are both about two survivors of atrocities and their stories. Our video "Lost Hope" peers into the world of the Native American women that are survivors of the commercial sex trade, featuring firsthand accounts from a few survivors themselves. Our other video focuses on the trauma that war veterans undergo during combat. United States war vet, Bajema, after two intense tours in Iraq, explains in this video that you can train but you can’t prepare for what really goes on during combat.
Another project we are working on right now is our feature-length documentary film, 10,000 Men, which centers around telling the stories of victims of the commercial sex industry in America. We are almost entirely done with filming and parts of the videos are currently in the editing stage. The goal of this film is to end the atrocity that is modern day slavery.
By supporting us and allowing us to help survivors of all different atrocities tell their stories, we are all helping bring the world one step closer to eradicating mass and calculated human atrocities around the world.
Help us continue to help others in the fight against atrocity.
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3 Generations Founder and President