May 6, 2015/
The magnitude of need across the world can seem overwhelming. Especially when there’s such a continuous feed of information confronting us about nations in pain, and people suffering at the hands of governmental and societal neglect.
Even as Nepal continues to mourn, our attention is turned to regions we may have know little about, revealing the history and fabric of foreign cultures. We see humanity in the despair, and hope in the loss.
Yet first, our attention is turned.
In China and India right now there is a raging epidemic stealing a generation of daughters. In fact the UN estimates as many as 200 million girls are missing in the world today because of this epidemic.
Known as ‘gendercide’ girls are killed, aborted and left to die simply because they are girls.
Spawning sex trafficking and polyandry this outrageous reality inspired Director Evan Grave Davis to create ‘It’s a Girl’.
Shot on location, Evan and his crew reveal an issue underexposed, and tell the stories of men and women who want to see it changed.
The Connect Press spoke with Evan to understand the situation, and find out how lives can be saved, and progression made:
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