A lot of important projects are on the horizon for iEmpathize in 2014. A new training film for our partner, Truckers Against Trafficking, will premier. Our film campaign, Boom, will start making an impact in oil boom communities across the States. Our curriculum for high school students will be filmed and turned into a product that can be used all over the nation. Denver will get its own media tool demonstrating the unique problem of trafficking in the Mile High City. And iEmpathize will produce our most ambitious project yet: an epic documentary telling the bi-national stories of victims and their advocates from Mexico City to Washington D.C. The film will feature Norma Bastidas – mother, advocate, and ultra-athlete – as she completes the world’s longest triathlon as an act of passion, shattering a world record and human trafficking along with it. 2014 will be a year to remember. Become a monthly donor, volunteer, or host a home space event. Whatever you do, please join us in making 2014 a year of your empathy for kids.