By Rachel Willis - Administrative Assistant for 3 Generations
For more than two years now we've been working on a feature length documentary film 10,000 Men that explores and exposes the sex trafficking industry in the United States. The film grew out of our bigger initiative to end sex trafficking and child sex slavery in this country. The amount of preliminary research and knowledge that this complex subject and film require has elevated Jane Wells, our organization's Founder and President (also the Director and Producer of the film), to the status of a recognized voice for the anti-trafficking movement.
Wells is often invited to attend and speaks at various anti-trafficking forums and events across the country and also writes articles for the Huffington Post on the same topic. Her knowledge and outreach are extensive, and she is constantly working to raise awareness of the issue of sex trafficking in the US. Just last week Wells attended the prestigious Clinton Global Initiative where many of the movement's elite members met to discuss the eradication of sex slavery and was a firsthand witness to President Obama's address on human trafficking.
Ultimately, the short films on our website (www.3generations.org), our upcoming feature 10,000 Men, and Wells' extracurricular work with other anti-trafficking groups and events are all part of a plan to eliminate sex slavery forever. But we can't do this work without YOUR support. You make it possible for our films to be made and for Wells to attend prestigious forums like the Clinton Global Initiative in hopes of sharing her knowledge of the issue and inspiring systemic change.
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