Join three women featured in the episodes addressing sex trafficking and early childhood prevention as they take you through a day in their lives.
“I am always concerned about the women I’ve left behind on the streets. We have a lot of work to do for them. Back then, there was no waking up, just nights turning into day. I’ll have four years clean this November and have found my voice. I am proud of myself!”
“I had a rough childhood, but I have come a long way. I was molested throughout; I was taken from my mother for a while. I took care of my mother instead of being a child. I want my kids’ childhoods to be fun and loving.”
“When I was on the streets, my main concern was whether I’d live or die. I was often afraid that this would be the last car I got into. Now I’m inspired by the girls I mentor. When I walk in, their eyes light up. ‘Audrey’, they say, ‘if you can do it, I can do it too.’”