One of America’s dark and dirty secrets is the extent of the child sex trafficking trade. Dr. Lois Lee is a true pioneer in saving the helpless children that are victims of human sex trafficking.
She is president and founder of Children of the Night, the first and most comprehensive sex trafficking program in North America. Since 1979, she has rescued more than 10,000 American children from prostitution in the U.S.
Dr. Lee explains how the problems started in the U.S. in the 1970s as a result of a “sloppy” act of Congress and how it led to more than an estimated 600,000 children working as prostitutes in the U.S. by he 1980s.
For Dr. Lee, this has been a personal and life-changing mission for the past several decades. She explains how she found herself involved deeply in a serial killer investigation to try and rescue young girls.
Plus, find out how Hugh Hefner became one of the program’s biggest benefactors and supporters.
For more information and to support Dr. Lee’s life-saving work, click here to visit childrenofthenight.org.