Women learn carpentry skills at Prajwala, a sex trafficking rescue organization, in Hyderabad, India, Feb. 19, 2018. Sara Hylton / The New York Times

Sex Slaves as Young as 3: It Takes the Mind of a Criminal to Rescue Sex-trafficked Girls in India

Being gang-raped at 15 ultimately led Sunitha Krishnan to rescue girls and women sold into sex slavery in India. It's a dangerous and daunting task – but 'it's impossible to do nothing in the face of that cruelty,' she says

Talking to: Sunitha Krishnan, social worker, activist, cofounder of the Prajwala organization, visiting Israel as a guest of the Genesis Prize Foundation; lives in Hyderabad, India. When: Thursday, 7 A.M....

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