Please welcome Diane Namm to The Best Ever You Show.
As announced by President Obama, January has been declared "Human Trafficking and Slavery Prevention Month”.
Top activist film-maker, Diane Namm gives voice to the voiceless as an advocate to end the injustices of adolescent sex trafficking
Influential screenwriter Diane Namm’s newest project under her Lady of the Canyon (All Media) company in conjunction with R&D Film Productions, is a film called “Finding Hope’’ which captures the denial of human rights through the exploitation of child marriage and prostitution.
Finding Hope (http://www.findinghope.tv/) brings awareness to child sexploitation in the United States. About 98 percent of sex trafficking victims are female. The average age of entry in which girls enter prostitution is 13, many of which are children in foster care and runaways. They're a prime target for pimps and recruiters who know the girls often don't have safe or healthy homes to return to.
Diane continues to evoke emotion and concern through her films in which she is a voice to the voiceless. She is also an activist against child marriage and fights for young girls forced into these undesirable and unsafe circumstances.Diane is eager to share her experiences behind Finding Hope with the world and continue to be a warrior in the fight against human trafficking.
Diane Namm’s director’s reels (http://www.yousendit.com/download/WUJaZGl0bThLVlg0WjlVag)