When God Roars
Gender Studies • 18m
How can a real estate photography company in the U.S. help provide healthy livelihoods to trafficking survivors in the Philippines?
Called to work with those exploited and traumatized by human trafficking, Sam and Mindy started Regenesys to create living-wage jobs for survivors. In partnership with Next Door Photos, they built a photo-editing supply chain that provides next-day service and equips their employees with world-class technology skills. Business really can help “set people free"!
Directors: Sean Dimond, John Harrison
Producers: Denise Daniels, Randy Franz
2021 | 18 min
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