Friday, November 25, 2011

Our Fund Raising campaign on is now LIVE. Please support us by clicking on this link and donating any amount.

I was interviewing a young girl in Atlanta last year. She was small with big black eyes and so young and fragile. Her voice was low and she kept her eyes down when she spoke. But she looked up at me when she said this: “Why do men think it’s ok to do this to us? Aren’t they supposed to protect us?” And she really wanted to know.

These young girls are resilient and most often, become peer advocates; someone who has very recently gone through rehabilitation and gives back to a young girl who just arrives. They want to give back because they understand they now have a chance at a life they’ve only dreamed about. They want the new arrival to understand this from her, not adults who have not experienced what they have experienced. They are amazing and I wish you could know them.

The reason I’m pushing for this film is because in 99% of American cities, there is no place to take a victim. There is no solution for them and they are usually put in detention and returned to their pimp (owner) when he comes to get them out. There is a solution, we’ve found it, will film it, and teach it. I’m attaching my original letter so you can dive into the story via the links if you like.

Your donations are tax deductible and if you company participates in a matching program, I’ll send our IRS Tax Determination Letter. Also - a big thank you to those of you who have donated and invited me to speak. We kicked this campaign off November 14th and we’ll keep going until December 31, 2011. Here is how you can help:

You can donate through our website here:

or through and choose a perk for your donation.

Or help me get in front of a group in your community to present what we know. I want to keep talking until people understand this is happening in every city in the United States.

If you believe in me and this project, will you forward this email on to your contact list so we can spread the “virus of serving” those that cannot help themselves. I know I’m not alone in this and your support will give me strength. I love you for this!

Our movie trailer:

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Updated Trailer

We added footage from Atlanta to our trailer and have added just over two minutes to the trailer. Our plan is to film in Kansas City in May and then back to Atlanta. We are currently raising funds for this next rounds.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Hope Road - the movie

View the Trailer -

We've changed the name of Children of a Silent World to Hope Road. The trailer is 3.5 minutes long and intended to help us raise money to complete the film. We'll film in Atlanta next month and begin the long process of editing, sound, music, etc. We hope this film will be a tool that will help many women and men fight the battle of child sexual exploitation.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

YouTube Freeschools Trailer

Hello everyone, our 5 minute trailer is now on youtube. It is a work in progress and will be updated and tweaked. We're going to India in February for a giant film project and will then develop the one hour documentary.

Monday, August 30, 2010

New film project!

Please see for our new project - Children of a Silent World.

Children of a Silent World

The Problem

Human trafficking is a planet wide epidemic. With the ease of travel, human beings are trafficked planet wide and children are the most lucrative in this multi-billion dollar business. This film focuses on children between the ages of ten and sixteen. These children have been abandoned, literally thrown out of the home of one or both parents, left behind when parents move on. Or they have fled abusive situations so intense, the unknown is risked rather than face mutilation and death.

With the collaboration of the FBI, KBI, victims, numerous law enforcement agents and lawmakers, we will weave the story concisely so as not to focus on the problem. We must make the problem clear but our intent is to focus on the need, the progress, and the solution. Not the problem.

A concerning issue is when these children escape and need help; there are few places for them to go. Added to this problem, there is a lack of law enforcement training when dealing with these children. Funds that were available for rehabilitation centers have been cut off by our government. There is a huge hole in our system that needs filling.

The Solution

These kids need a safe place for rehabilitation and education. Having been forced to develop only survival skills, they lack healthy life styles, have deep psychological wounds, and need a structure to provide direction to live a productive life. An example of a beginning solution is the model Dallas, TX has put into place.

Safe havens have been developed for the kids to go to with rehabilitation offered. When these kids are ready, a solution is there for them.

The Purpose

Little Wolf Productions was approached by women of law enforcement expressing the need for help. “Help us help these children,” was their plea. They explained that funding disappeared for any forward movement to help victims of trafficking. The crux of the problem is: if a child is found during a drug bust or a sting, there is no place to take her for rehabilitation. Rehabilitation does not exist for minors. The training for law enforcement in this area is so scarce that oftentimes during a bust, if a young girl is present, she is told to go home. There is no home for her to go to.

This film is a tool to educate, raise awareness, and train task force agencies and law enforcement. They, at the grassroots, will use this film for the purpose of raising funds for the necessary rehabilitation centers that will provide medical treatment, counseling, social rehabilitation, education, and a safe place for these children and youth to learn how to live life as close to normal as possible.

She can’t speak for herself

Friday, July 9, 2010

The film trailer is in our hands!!

Risa sent us the film trailer yesterday and Peter and I began edits right away. There are changes being made to make this trailer the most compelling as possible. Send me a note if you would like to be in our focus group. We need peole who will watch it and give feedback. Back to you soon :o)

Monday, June 28, 2010

August 28 - we're getting close

I have a passion for giving young children a chance at life. In this film, the crew has gone into the furthest reaches of India where no government exists, no toilets are to be found, nor electricity. This is a place on our planet where little girls are sold, married off at 12 or 13 because their parents cannot afford to feed their daughters, and violence towards women is unimaginable.

Our goal is to show the positive side of education. We're proving, along with so many others, that education changes the lives of women and girls. They marry later, have fewer children, and are far less likely to be sold into slavery. Real slavery!

Learning brings laughter to the lives of these children. Where artistic expression was void, children are dancing and singing. Giving these children an opportunity for learning opens them up to a beauty they deserve.

Thank you for reading this blog and passing it on.