3 Generations

3 Generations is a non-profit organization that documents stories of human rights abuses through film. We enable survivors of crimes against humanity to record their experiences as an act of healing, a call to action and to create historical evidence. We amplify and honor each witness's voice by creating broad audiences: film festivals, educational outreach, theatrical and community screenings, social media, partnerships, web-channels and more. Our goal is to influence the national dialogue and build momentum for social change.
Jan 29, 2016

New areas in our fight

Here at 3 Generations we have been hard at work continuing the fight to bring the stories of genocide survivors to light. There are so many harrowing stories to be told from brave individuals who overcame true horror, and we are proud to highlight some of these stories.

As the crisis in Syria continues, we have begun to incorporate survivors of this issue into our gameplan. We are excited to be working on multiple projects that highlight the tremendous bravery shown by survivors of the Syrian refugee crisis. We are also continuing work on our feature film "Beyond The Borders" to highlight refugees currently in exile awaiting placement in a new country. 

We have also been working to bring the issue of environmental genocide to greater light. As our environment continues to be greatly impacted by climate change, more and more individuals will see their homes disaapear from beneath their feet. They are left in search of a new home, and the major issue of climate refugees is already well underway. We are committed to giving these individuals a voice. 

You can visit our webpage, www.3generations.org, to get the latest news on all our projects and support survivors of genocide with a donation today. Only with your help are we able to provide a platform for survivors' to tell their amazing stories. 

Jan 29, 2016

Exciting News to Start 2016

The new year brings new projects for 3 Generations, and we are very excited for the coming months. We will be in Miami February 11 to celebrate the third-annual Malone Prize ceremony and to premier our new short film covering the successful efforts of Miami-Dade County to prosecute pimps and johns and help the women who are being sold. Established in 2013 to honor law enforcement officials who recognize prostitution as modern-day slavery and who work on the front-lines of change, the Malone Prize seeks to inspire others in law enforcement to become active participants in cultural and legal change. The prize is named in honor of Sandra Malone.

We are proud to highlight the survivors, police and community groups in Miami-Dade County for their amazing anti-trafficking work and to honor the winners of the award.

This year we will be honoring Boston Sergeant Donna Gavin, FBI Special Agent Nikkole Roberston out of Chicago and Homeland Security Special Agent Victor Williams for their work. Sgt. Gavin is head of the Boston Police Department Anti-trafficking unit, Special Agent Roberston works in the FBI’s Violent Crimes Against Children Department, and Special Agent Williams works for the Department of Homeland Security out of Miami. We congratulate each of them for this well deserved honor.

We have several other projects we are also working to bring to fruition, and we hope to be able to announce them in our next report. None of this would have been possible without the help of all of our wonderful supporters just like you. Join us in our fight to end child sex slavery and make a donation today. Together we can truly make an impact.

Jan 14, 2016

Continued Crisis

3 Generations has been hard at work to keep our finger on the pulse of the Syrian crisis. One of the directors of our upcoming feature film, Sophie Scott, is still in Lebanon recording the soundtrack to our film Beyond the Borders. She is in daily contact with refugees struggling to survive this horrible crisis. 

It is a crisis that has no apparent ending. Over the time spent on this film, there have been tragic but not atypical developments. During the time we have covered Syrian refugee issues since January of 2014, most refugees have seen things have go from bad to worse. 

On a positive note, one of the subjects of our previous series of short films, Three, has had several pieces of good news. Sultan, one of three refuges whose stories were told throughout the films, was able to leave Syria and is now happily married to the translator from the films, and they are expecting a child. He is currently living in Brussels awaiting asylum in Belgium. We are thrilled for them and are energized by this news.

Our ability to produce these films is all thanks to our donors and supporters. Without you, we would be unable to do all that we strive to do. We thank you for all you support as we continue to fight to bring the stories of the Syrian refugee crisis to light. 

 
   

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