Former prostitutes describe their dangerous work conditions and how they were lured into sex slavery as teenagers. It is common for pimps to brand such girls with tattoos signifying ownership. The non-profit organization, Children of the Night, provides a safe haven for such victims.
Jennifer Kempton is founder of Survivor’s Ink, a group that offers financial help to women in recovery who want to cover up brands. She recalls the abuse and addiction that led her to prostitution and attempted suicide. She takes a client to erase a painful reminder of her former life.
Chef Deborah Quinci is founder of Freedom a la Cart, a catering company staffed entirely by sex trafficking survivors. Employee Andrea Cathey describes the difficulties of finding work with a criminal record. She will leave the company soon because she has found another job.
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CNN's Sara Sidner introduces us to women who have been tattooed by their traffickers as a way to show ownership in the lucrative business of sex trafficking
Length: 24 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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