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Sexually Exploited Minors Conference Brings New Light to Old Problem

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Erricka X and Min Lee Posted: Jun 03, 2008

Editor's Note: Though Oakland is well-known for cultural references to pimping, the problem of sexually exploited minors is a serious problem that community organizations like Missey, Inc. are dealing with. YO!TV caught up with organizers, case workers and mothers to find out what is being done to address the issue today. Erricka X is a content producer for YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia and Min Lee is a senior producer for YO!TV.

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