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"Poem Of An Abused Girl" by Stanley Gemmell

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"Poem Of An Abused Girl" by Stanley Gemmell

I met Stanley Gemmell in a Haight Street bar in San Francisco over a year ago. Within five minutes into our conversation, I knew Stanley was an exceptional person, a poet, and most importantly, one of the good guys. We chatted about Do-Gooder and our stand against child trafficking. By the end of the night, he made a promise to write a poem for the girls who are trafficked. Over the months he kept in touch and let me know that he hadn’t forgotten about his promise. Then one day he sent me this…

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DO-GOODER SUPPORTS FAIR GIRLS IN FIGHTING CHILD TRAFFICKING

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DO-GOODER SUPPORTS FAIR GIRLS IN FIGHTING CHILD TRAFFICKING

By Jon Meyer, Do-Gooder Co-Founder

Do-Gooder is very happy to announce our new campaign against the U.S. child sex slave trade with our partner and beneficiary FAIR Girls.

This campaign has been months in the process of researching facts, causes, and solutions to help save children between the ages of 12 and 17 from prostitution and pornography. However, the best part of this campaign is that FAIR Girls and it’s partners have access to high quality curriculum to educate teachers, law enforcement, and school children on prevention and signs of children in the sex slave trade.

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