In this presentation, Kate Price, M.A. and Janelle Nanos, M.A. talked about their amazing journey together while investigating Price's history as a child sex trafficking survivor.

Kate Price, M.A. and Janelle Nanos, M.A.: Finding Answers: A Journey toward Truth and Healing from Child Sexual Exploitation
Lunchtime Seminar April 2, 2015 (31:50 min.)

In this presentation, Kate Price, M.A. and Janelle Nanos, M.A. talked about their amazing journey together while investigating Price's history as a child sex trafficking survivor. Nanos, a Boston Globe journalist and fellow at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism at Brandeis University, asked Price if she could write a story about her after Price's lecture to 200 nuns and clergy at the 2012 Sisters of St. Joseph Ant-Trafficking Task Force conference. Since then, this simple inquiry has transformed into a solid partnership. Together they have unearthed pieces of Price's history that had remained a mystery for decades and continue to work toward telling Price's story on a national level.

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