PBS Sex Trafficking Documentary Highlights Pervasive Problem of Prostitution
A Path Appears, a new three-part documentary series, is airing on PBS Monday showing the devastating reality of sex trafficking in regards to American women. Based on "Half the Sky," a book by Pulitzer winning journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the documentary highlights the crackdown National Day of Johns Arrests as part of an effort to disrupt the demand of prostitution; the operation already includes 28 law enforcement agencies in 14 states. Police set up false prostitution adverts to catch unsuspecting "johns." During the 12-day nationwide crackdown, police arrested 359 would-be buyers and 14 pimps. A Path Appears focuses on effective solutions to the behemoth issues facing women and girls.
By Jordan Moses
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