Be Relentless at the United Nations
Be Relentless at the United Nations
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On March 1, 2014, Norma Bastidas embarked on a journey to break the record for the world’s longest triathlon. As a survivor of sexual violence, exploitation and kidnapping she ran for one cause… to fight human trafficking.. After 122 miles of swimming the gulf of Mexico, more than 2900 miles of cycling, and 720 miles running in 64 days, Norma arrived in DC.

Learn more about the impact campaign behind Be Relentless by watching this U.N. feature!

Be Relentless:

  • Captures the conversation and empower communities across the US, Mexico and beyond to join the fight against human trafficking.
  • Empowers survivors everywhere.
  • Protects vulnerable children through bilingual curricula and outreach.
Brad Riley & Jessie Marek
Produced by
Director of Photography
Simon Scionka