Why We Speak: Help Spread Refugee Stories

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Why We Speak: Help Spread Refugee Stories
Why We Speak: Help Spread Refugee Stories
Why We Speak: Help Spread Refugee Stories
Why We Speak: Help Spread Refugee Stories
Why We Speak: Help Spread Refugee Stories
Why We Speak: Help Spread Refugee Stories
Why We Speak: Help Spread Refugee Stories
Why We Speak: Help Spread Refugee Stories
Why We Speak: Help Spread Refugee Stories
Why We Speak: Help Spread Refugee Stories
Why We Speak: Help Spread Refugee Stories

Project Report | May 29, 2019
More Chemical Attacks in Syria

By Jane Wells | Executive Director and Filmmaker

At 3 Generations we have been telling the stories of Syrian victims of President Bashar al-Assad’s regime since 2013. We wish we could say our work is done, but sadly it is not. This week The New York TImes and other publications reported that once again the Assad regime is using chemical weapons against its own citizens. Please watch our videos describing previous chemical attacks: these attacks are cruel.  Since April, fighting in and around Idlib - an area where millions of civilians live or are seeking safe harbor - has resulted in the deaths of about 223 civilians. Russian troop involvement only confuses a complex geopolitical disaster.

Over 12 million Syrians have been displaced or become refugees since the Syrian Civil War began in 2011. 3 Generations has told stories of internally displaced Syrians, refugees in Jordan and Lebanon and recently of Yazidi women who were kidnapped and forced into sexual slavery by ISIS - collateral damage of this grotesque civil war. We are hard at work finishing up our new series of Yazidi stories - some of the darkest voices to come out of the Syria conflict.

Without your support we could not keep listening, filming and sharing these important stories which must be told and heard. We thank you.

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Jane Wells
New York , New York United States

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