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Saved From Captivity [2.8.2011]

An estimated 27 million people are working as slaves around the world. Somaly Mam survived years as a sex slave in a Cambodian brothel. Since that time, she has devoted herself to rescuing other girls in captivity. She runs a network of safe homes. One of the girls she's helped, Sina Vann joins Somaly and Dick to talk about what this new family means to her. Also in this episode: the extraordinary life of Barbara Smith Conrad.  Barbara is a gifted black mezzo-soprano who, as a music student at the University of Texas, found herself in a civil rights storm when she was cast in a leading role opposite a white student.

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