In the fall of 2005, a Global Citizen Journey delegation went to Nigeria to listen, learn and build a library. We were among them. When we got home, it was clear that our work in the Niger Delta had just begun. We were deeply touched by our experiences and moved to a new level of commitment. When we found out that Sandy planned to make a documentary, we jumped on board to help.
What was then just a dream is now a reality. We spent the month of August in the Delta with Sandy and her film crew. Some of us went back with her in December. We’re proud to be part of the team making this film happen and are engaged in continuing work to help this region get the attention it so badly needs. We volunteered our time and continue to do so. And we paid our own considerable travel expenses.
That’s where we hope you’ll come in.
We’ve set up an easy way for you to make a donation to help cover our costs and also to help fund our current and future “more than a movie” initiatives. Just choose your level, click on the button and you’re on your way to being part of this very cool project.
The stories unfolding in the Niger Delta affect us all. Help us use the power of documentary filmmaking and grassroots political action to make a difference.
From our hearts, thank you.
Mary Ella Keblusek
Kendra E. Thornbury
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