Our ultimate objective at 3 Generations is to eradicate human atrocity around the world - everything we do is with this goal in mind. More specifically, we work with victims of sex trafficking, genocide, war crimes and combat, and police brutality. One of the most important tools in the war against atrocity is education and that is why we film survivors and encourage them to tell their stories; we want the world to hear their voices and learn about the atrocities that are constantly taking place all over.
We've had a busy few months. Over the summer we produced two new short films for our website; one on sex trafficking in the Native American community and the other on the plight of U.S. veterans and PTSD. We're currently working on launching a new, more user friendly website, which will bring in more traffic and allow more people to hear survivors' stories. Finally, our feature documentary film 10,000 Men, is in the final stages of post-production and a rough cut of it has already been submitted to various film festivals. This film, which explores dark and complex world of sex trafficking in America, will change the way people across the country think of this brutal industry.
Your support allows us to continue working with survivors of various human atrocities so that the world may hear their stories and learn from their experiences.
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3 Generations Founder and President