Girls Like Us: Fighting for a World Where Girls are Not for Sale, an Activist Finds Her Calling and Heals Herself
Publish date: April 5th 2011
Pages no: 277
Edition language: English
, Biography Memoir
, Social Issues
, Social Movements
, Social Justice
Around this time last year, I finished Shattered Angel. That book wrecked me emotionally and ever since I've been determined to gain a better understanding of human trafficking and do more to help support the fight against it. Girls Like Us is a memoir by Rachel Lloyd. Lloyd is not only a survivor...
Bullet Review:Do not read this book if you are faint of heart. This book will make you want to cry, to tear your hair out in rage, to raise a fist to the hundreds of politicians sitting in cozy offices, ignoring the plea of these commercially sexually exploited girls. Because when you are a 15 year-...
Can someone please explain the Nobel Peace Prize Committee to me? Seriously. Look, I voted for Obama, and I still don’t understand why he won the Peace Prize. And the EU, honestly Canada, the US, and Mexico have avoided going to war for years and do we get a prize? Nope. Why don’t people like R...
Not in your neighbourhood, right?When you think about trafficking, you think of "Thai girls in shackles", or "Russian girls held at gunpoint by the mob", or "illegal border crossings, fake passports, and captivity".You don't think of Americans trafficking Americans; that doesn't happen to American g...
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