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Many people think human trafficking involves women from other countries, but many victims are American girls... girls who could be your neighbor's daughter. And are being trafficked as prostitutes here in America. Journalist Julian Sher investigated the layers of child prostitution across the country, talking to reformed hookers and FBI task forces. We talk to him about the girls' stories, and with local experts about child prostitution on our own Las Vegas streets.
Julian Sher, journalist and author, Somebody's Daughter: The Hidden Story of America's Prostituted Children and the Battle to Save Them
Shera Bradley, psychologist; co-chair, Sexually Exploited Youth Coalition
Alexandra Lutnick, Project Dir of Urban Health Program, RTI International; former Project Coordinator, UCSF's Sex Worker Environmental Assessment Team
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