THREE GENERATIONS INC Overview
Programs: In October 2010, 3 Generations announced the launch of a campaign to end child sex slavery in the United States. Every year approximately 100,000 children in the United States, many of them very young girls, are enslaved in the commercial sex trade industry. We have filmed and shared stories of survivors, parents, law enforcement professionals, and individuals who lead advocacy efforts to address this crisis. We have shared our stories with thousands of viewers and have amassed an active and growing following of advocates, activists, and donors through our website (www.3generations.org) and through our social media networks (@3Generations on Twitter and www.facebook.com/3Generations).
The campaign has already secured the support of noted celebrities, lawmakers, nonprofit leaders, philanthropists, and dozens of organizations that are doing incredible work on the ground to end child sex slavery. To date we have partnered with organizations such as the Polaris Project, the Demi and Ashton Foundation (DNA Foundation), Girls Educational and Mentoring Services (GEMS), the Denver Police, Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center, The National Crittenton Foundation, and Witness. Additional partners—all of whom will share our films and message with their constituents—will join us in the weeks and months ahead.
On December 2, 2010 the trailer to our campaign, entitled I’m a Victim, Not a Criminal - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbiXdohJ5H8, premiered in Boston at the BITHAR Human Rights and Sex Trafficking film forum, where our founder Jane Wells moderated a panel discussion devoted to the topic.