Nonprofit Group Seeks to Rescue Child Prostitutes The U.S. government estimates that at least 1.3 million runaway and homeless children are living on the streets on any given day. Up to one-third are considered at risk to become prostitutes. In Los Angeles, the Children of the Night organization provides a home for child prostitutes with nowhere to go. Hear Gloria Hillard.
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The U.S. government estimates that at least 1.3 million runaway and homeless children are living on the streets on any given day. Up to one-third are considered at risk to become prostitutes. In Los Angeles, the Children of the Night organization provides a home for child prostitutes with nowhere to go. Hear Gloria Hillard.