Where Are Our Girls

A night of fun is quickly dissolved when a group of teens are ambushed by men from a sex trafficking ring. Being trained in martial arts and weaponry by her military father, Tinnay will not comply with the rules of her captures. Aggravated with losing clients from Tinnays rebellion, a vote to terminate her was decided. She was beaten and discarded in dense woods to die a slow painful death. Dumping her lifeless body proved to be her saving grace. That same night James, home from the military, was walking down the road and heard her cries for help. After finding her, he rushed her to the hospital, never leaving her side. Over a brief time, a bond was developed.
Tinnay and James marry, and together with a uniquely established team of individuals who have been rescued or impacted from sex trafficking, bringing their own exceptional abilities, travel the world rescuing the stolen from the hands of societies criminal element. They take charge, eliminating one organization at a time, fighting their way to the top.
Throughout their journey, Tinnay constantly reflects on her childhood training. As they go deeper into the industry, she discovers black and brown females are high dollar commodities who in society are less likely to be searched for as their counterpart the white female. Amid stopping one large trade, she realizes the leadership of the city is directly involved, and even deeper for her, family means nothing when it comes to the love of money. For Tinnay her mother a high-end judge, didn’t value her life, she was worthless as a human but valuable as a sex slave. With support from James, she withstood the urge to kill her mother for setting her up to be sold and killing her father for money. With one empire down the fight continues as they search the world to rescue more stolen people.

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Writer Biography

Keeshann Jones is an inspiration to many who has dedicated her life to inspiring and empowering others. As an author, producer, motivational speaker, director, wife, and mother of 22, she juggles many roles with grace and determination. She loves hiking in her free time and encouraging others to go after their dreams and goals. As the founder of Nahsek Productions, she creates content to uplift spirits and ignite hope. With years of experience running an outreach ministry for inner city children, she has a heart for helping the underserved and marginalized. As a spokesperson for Adopt Us Kids, she advocates for children in the foster care system waiting to be adopted into loving homes. Raising her children brings her the most joy and she hopes to teach them the values of hard work, persistence, and passion. She lives by the motto that you are never too old or too young to make a difference in this world. Her energy and enthusiasm for life is contagious, and she hopes to inspire others to chase their dreams, no matter how big they may seem.

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Writer Statement

“The inspiration to create films came with the discovery of my book "Lightning Strikes Twice. During the process of drafting stories or scripts, I visualize each scene with the ultimate goal of bringing my vision to life on screen. It would be a dream come true to see my stories projected in the form of a film. Gary Jordan provided the inspiration for my latest project, a magnificent and heartfelt action-packed film titled "Where Are Our Girls. The potential of this film was evident from the moment I read the title, and although the journey has not been easy, it has certainly been exciting. I am eagerly anticipating the opportunity to fulfill my purpose of educating and entertaining through my work..”
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