Our passion is human rights. Our mission is to elevate humanity through documentaries and programs focused on post-trauma healing.
Kimiya International is a 501(c)(3) focused on human rights advocacy through documentary filmmaking. Our award-winning documentary, Transitions, tells the story of an American family that moved to Cambodia to transition young girls out of brothels. Our current project follows the stories of Syrian refugee orphans. But we wanted to also address the pain that people suffer as a results of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
KI developed Fight Club as a way to address access, affordability and negative stigma surrounding post-trauma mental health and Self-care. Our holistic program combines boxing, yoga and counseling for women who are survivors of trauma.
The 14-week program will include a cohort of women who will go through the classes together. Fight Club is for women in Dallas who are ready and able to begin a new type of healing journey.
Kimiya is Arabic for alchemy; spiritual alchemy is the journey of freeing your Self, confined as a result of programming, life and our own fears. We advocate for human rights by documenting these efforts to transform that darkness to light.