Authorities: Superbowl Draws Pimps, Child Prostitutes
The hype and hoopla of the Super Bowl is never just about the game, but includes the half-time show and of course, the commercials. One media campaign looking to draw attention this year is called "It's Not My Fault" and it is aimed at women and girls and boys who have been, or are being, trafficked for sex. Host Michel Martin speaks with Jessica Richardson, who was trafficked as a teenager and now works to reach other victims, and Maria Trujillo, executive director of the Houston Rescue and Restore Coalition. PLEASE BE ADVISED: This conversation has sensitive, graphic language that may not be appropriate for some listeners.