The movie 3 Points, featuring basketball star Tracy “T-Mac” McGrady of the Houston Rockets, surged to the top of Hulu’s list of most-watched documentary films. Hulu, a video website, launched 3 Points just one week ago, and it quickly became one of the 10 most popular feature-length films on the entire site.
The film follows McGrady on his trip to visit Darfuri refugee camps in eastern Chad with John Prendergast and Omer Ismail of the Enough Project. Upon returning, McGrady and his travel companions founded the Darfur Dream Team and launched the Sister Schools Program, an initiative linking American middle schools, high schools, and universities with schools in 12 Darfuri refugee camps in eastern Chad.
Since Hulu launched 3 Points, more than 20 new schools across the U.S. have signed up to the Sister Schools Program and committed to raising awareness and funds to support quality education for Darfuri refugees in Chad – a powerful testament to the film’s compelling way of inspiring audiences to act. To learn more about the Sister Schools Program and find out how your school can join, visit DarfurDreamTeam.org.