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Sex-Trafficking of Children.

Victoria Brownworth is a Philadelphia-based journalist who has recently published a series of articles about juvenile prostitution. She believes that many of the children reported missing and presumed kidnapped are actually involved in juvenile prostitution after running away from abuse or being thrown out of their homes. Brownworth's articles on the subject have been published in City Paper, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times. Brownworth is currently writing a book on the subject, based in part on her interviews with juvenile sex workers in Philadelphia. Its working title is "Lost in America."

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