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In this excerpt from the Independent Lens special, "Half the Sky," Nicholas Kristof and Meg Ryan visit the Somaly Mam Foundation in Cambodia. Co-founded by Somaly Mam, who was forced to work in a brothel as a girl, the Foundation works to eradicate human trafficking, liberate its victims, and empower survivors so they can create and sustain lives of dignity.

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