Historically media has been used to articulate the voice of justice movements and inspire involvement. During the transatlantic slave trade, actual slave artifacts and media of the day were key in awakening people to abolition. Since we can’t always bring you to the kids, we bring the kids to you. We use a mix of film, photography, artifacts, and sounds to communicate the modern issue and tell the stories of the kids we serve. Each frame of our films, the photography, and the artifacts are authentic to the kids and locations of their stories. Artifacts bring something tangible from a victim’s space to your space. Artifacts become a powerful alternative to the poster child method of communicating which often re-exploits the victim. We don’t stage shots. The images are true to the moment. Read more about our media methodology.