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Silent Message

“Silent Message” 2006 / 66 minutes (Hudson Productions) - Written by Garrett & Duke White, Directed and Edited by Garrett White, Produced by Duke White.  Narrative about three teen sex abuse victims, “Clint, Maria and Lily.”  Includes interviews with Federal, State, County, Tribal, School and private individuals i.e., FBI, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Lincoln County Sex Offender Specialist, Department of Human Services, Confederated Tribes of Warms Springs Victims of Crime Services, KIDS Center –Child Advocacy Center, Youth Development Coordinator, Jefferson County Parole and Probations and Personal interviews with victims of sex abuse.

Supported and financed by:  Portland General Electric, Federal Bureau of Investigation, The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Oregon, U.S. Department of Justice – Office for Victims of Crime Washington D.C., National Crime Prevention Council Washington D.C., Madras Senior High School – Madras Oregon, HAABLA (Hispanic, Anglo, American Indian Bureau of Love and Assistance), Warm Springs Victims of Crime Grant No. 2003-VR-GX-0018, Jefferson County Department of Community Justice, Jefferson County Victim’s Assistance, Bridge the Gap Foundation, Kim Schmith Acupuncture, Hudson Productions, Sarah Frank, Central Oregon Battery and Rape Alliance, Clinicians Network, St. Charles Medical Center Behavioral Health Departments, Deschutes Parole and Probation, County Child Welfare, and the Women’s Resource Center of Central Oregon.

Premiere Screening at the Tower Theatre Bend Oregon October 4, 2006.  (Audience attendance 420-admission price $6.00, gross ticket sales donated by Hudson Productions to KIDS Center Bend Oregon)

Subsequent screenings:  Madras Senior High School (Audience: 900, admission - free), Warm Springs Oregon (Audience: 92, admission price – voluntary).

Governor’s Summit On the Over-Representation of Minorities in the Juvenile Justice System. – November 2007

“Silent Message” public march against sex abuse on the streets of Madras Oregon 2/19/07  Michael Kaiser from Washington D.C.  Director for National Center of Victims of Crime in attendance. 

Invited Guest Appearance and Presentation at Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office Child Abuse Summit and Family Violence Conference, Jantzen Beach, Spring 2007

Paid Keynote Presentation and screening at the 12th Annual Violence Prevention Summer Institute held at Oregon State, Corvallis, Oregon supported by Oregon Commission on Children and Families July 2007

Paid Keynote Presentation and screening at Pendleton Oregon for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation November 2007. 

Media Coverage by:  The Madras Pioneer Madras OR, The Spilyay Tymoo Warm Springs OR(front page-twice), The Bulletin newspaper Bend OR (front page, Associated Press release) The Oregonian newspaper (front page), multiple other newspapers because of AP release, KTVZ television Bend OR, KFXO television Bend OR.

Guest Appearances:  COTV television “Good Morning Central Oregon,” KWSO radio Warm Springs OR. 

Nominated in June 2007 by FBI Special Agent Jason Ghetian for the FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award.

“This special recognition presented by the City of Madras to Hudson Productions for their use of film to heighten community awareness of the dangers and risks that threaten children in modern day society.  Awarded 2006 by City of Madras OR

DVD Distribution through, Bridge the Gap Foundation and Warm Springs Victims of Crime Services.