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Hidden bondage: Human trafficking's effects felt locally, internationally, experts say

1:08 PM, Jun. 23, 2013
Remember Nhu
Remember Nhu: June 23. Three girls from Thailand spent a month in Kohler with the Abel family soaking up American culture, through an anti-human trafficking program called Remember Nhu. Produced by Bruce Halmo and Janet Ortegon
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When Nice Phenjai was 11, her mother and older sister left home to find work in a city eight hours away.

For a year, Nice (pronounced Nye) lived alone in her family's home in Thailand and took care of herself at an age when most children don't even stay home alone while their parents go out to dinner.

Now 19, Nice was one of countless young girls in poor countries who are vulnerable to the influence of human traffickers - criminals who force people into the sex trade or unpaid labor - because of circumstance or a lack of parental oversight. ...

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