Chronicling The Plight Of 'Very Young Girls' The documentary, Very Young Girls, provides a chilling look into the world of underage prostitution. The film follows one woman's effort to rescue young girls from the streets.
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Chronicling The Plight Of 'Very Young Girls'

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Chronicling The Plight Of 'Very Young Girls'

Chronicling The Plight Of 'Very Young Girls'

Chronicling The Plight Of 'Very Young Girls'

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The documentary, Very Young Girls, provides a chilling look into the world of underage prostitution. The film follows one woman's effort to rescue young girls from the streets.

Tony Cox talks with Rachel Lloyd — founder of the outreach organization Girls Educational and Mentoring Services, or GEMS — and Shaquana, one of the young women featured in the documentary.