Emily Kimball is producing a documentary about how ordinary people can help end human trafficking. There are hundreds of ways to make a difference and the film will encourage the audience to act on the hope available through their own life.
The vision for the film is to document and present, in an engaging way, how organizations and average citizens are working together to tackle the complexity of sex trafficking in their communities. The current plan is to film in 4-5 cities to capture the different dynamics each community faces when addressing human trafficking. The film will provide a model for other cities wanting to combat trafficking. Emily believes people are motivated by seeing hope and progress in action. This film will illustrate how average people can and do engage in fighting the huge business of sex slavery.
Together with the director, T.S. Green, the invaluable board members, and many collaborators, Emily will show the viewer their potential impact. The film will illustrate how ordinary citizens—using resources they may take for granted, such as their talents, their time, and their freedom of choice—can combat human trafficking. By engaging the viewer in stories of the diverse people already working to end human trafficking, this film aims to spur people away from apathy towards action.
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