A survivor explains the vulnerability of child sex trafficking victims

The Washington Times
Holly Smith
April 8, 2012

Holly Smith, a survivor of sex trafficking and child abuse, wrote about her experience and what victims of sex trafficking often experience in an op-ed for The Washington Times. She refers to Kate Price, M.A., project associate at the Jean Baker Miller Training Institute (JBMTI) and her lunchtime seminar, Longing to Belong: Relational Risks and Resilience in U.S. Prostituted Children in the piece.

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