On September 15, 2014 Mathew McVarish (actor/activist) gave a remarkable speech at the United Nations in Geneva on Child Sexual Abuse and his efforts to change the laws of the European Union to better protect children from predators. In this touching and educational talk, he speaks from his own personal experiences and his walk through every European Country to bring attention to this devastating epidemic and get better child protection laws so others don’t need to suffer like he and others have in the past. Listen, learn. and support the Road to Change (http://roadtochange.eu). Brought to you by Ariel Foundation International (www. arielfoundation.org)
The D.C. police released a new video in search for 8-year-old Relisha Rudd. Anyone who can identify this individual or knows his whereabouts should take no action but call police at (202) 727-9099 or text your tip to the Department’s TEXT TIP LINE to 50411. (Photo by Metropolitan Police Department). The surveillance video shows a man in dark clothing exiting a down escalator. Police said the man may have information that could help with the investigation and they would like talk to him. They would not say where the video was taken or why. However, it looks like a Washington DC Metro station escalator, possibly the Union Station down escalator.
Only by putting a halt to child trafficking in Washington DC can we save children like Relisha Rudd and Ariana-Leilani. DC politicians refuse to take action or even acknowledge its existence. Haven’t they seen enough evidence yet? How many more children must suffer.
The Save Ariana-Leilani Coalition is pleased to announce the world wide release of the video documentary “Small Cries.” The six minute documentary tells the story of how the “child protection” systems in the United States are failing, and how Ariana-Leilani is a victim of that failure. This short and compelling documentary features exclusive interviews, including an interview with Dr. Joy Silberg, who speaks of the error in judgment that many child protective services make in certain abuse and neglect cases. Very educational and inspiring, and Ireneo Namboka, an international human rights advocate and former UN official.
Definitely a “two thumbs up” “must see” documentary.
Watch the video, sign the petition, save a life:
Documentary “Small Cries;” The Real Ariana-Leilani Story