The Red Sea: “Back to Innocence (Short Film on Sex Trafficking)” by The Jubilee Project

Summary

The Jubilee Project created the short film “Back to Innocence” to give voice to the millions of women and children who are forced and manipulated into sex trafficking every year. This film was inspired by the real injustices that girls in China have to face. The goal of this film is to empower viewers to learn more about this important cause and to take action to help end sex trafficking and gendercide in China.  Learn more about this issue and watch the behind the scenes video here: (http://jubileeproject.org/?p=2287)

 

Bio

The Jubilee Project is a productions group that makes videos for a good cause. In the past two years, we have made 70 videos, raised $35000 for various causes, and garnered over 4 million views on YouTube. Our goal is to make videos that will educate, empower and enable others to do good as well. The grant money from the Red Sea would allow us to continue producing these kinds of videos around issues related to sex trafficking, forced abortions, and gendercide.




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