One Girl's Story
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One Girl's Story

S. met a pimp and entered prostitution when she was 15 years old and living in a group home, she said. Now 21, she is a development assistant and outreach worker at Girls Education and Mentoring Service, a Harlem center for girls who have been commercially sexually exploited.Audio by Robin Shulman/The Washington PostPhotos by Helayne Seidman

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