1.2 million children are trafficked every year. Forced labor is a $150 billion per year industry. The economic benefits of selling sex are irrefutable. Unlike drugs or weapons, children and women can be sold over and over again. Through a captivating journey across the world. The 26 Seconds documentary reveals the ubiquity of the problem and the gravity of the damage sustained by this evil, destructive trade. The 26 Seconds Feature Documentary exposes the underage sex slave industry from Asia to Africa, and right here in our own backyards in the United States.
GIVE SURVIVORS A VOICE
By donating you will help us complete the feature documentary, and in doing so shedding light on the survivors' stories and non-profit organizations that we have partnered with. Your support is the difference and the impact needed to defend and protect innocent children and women all around the world.
Together we can raise awareness of this horrific worldwide industry and the non-profit organizations, crisis intervention teams, committed law enforcement and dedicated citizens fighting to eradicate global sex trafficking.
CALL TO ACTION
The 26 Seconds feature documentary will change the world as I am committed to bringing awareness in front of those on Capitol Hill at state and federal levels who can bring about necessary changes to legislation to protect victims and survivors from the sex trade.
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MEET DIRECTOR/PRODUCER KELLY GALINDO
“Film is my commitment to creating work that matters in our world, I wanted to film a documentary on global sex trafficking because it is a fast-growing and horrific industry that tragically affects every child and woman worldwide. We can either do something or nothing. I simply chose to do something with the resources and creative talent I possess and have access to as a professor in film. As a filmmaker, my intention was to tell the story. It was not possible to tell the story of human trafficking unless I visited the countries and met the victims trapped in the sex trade face-to-face – the pimps and madams who sell them, and the johns who buy them – but the true heroes are the nonprofit organizations that rescue, restore, and reintegrate these innocent children. Creating awareness is not enough but rather a call to action is ALL of our responsibility. It will not only take an army of heroes but also a village of ordinary people like you and me.”
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