Actress Jada Pinkett Smith talks to CNN about her crusade to end human trafficking and how her 11-year-old daughter spurred her into action. Watch the interview above
I wish someone would traffic her to another planet, crap actress..
What an amazing thing to see these women fighting for those who have no voice... As a student myself involved in the issue, I find this very encouraging. If anyone is interested in getting involved as a student and perhaps starting an organization at their school, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
And congrats Willow on your video world premiere last night!
They have no voice because they don't exist. Human trafficking exists on a far far smaller scale than estimated. Most of the "victims" are women over 18 who chose this profession. Women want to do what they want with their bodies unless it's other women doing with their bodies what they don't want them to do.
Blerb I wish your mother wouldn't have taken the time to bring such fail into the world but we don't always get what we want....
Hey America you need to look at your back yard ,Before you say you are doing things to stop human trafficking . Have a look at Carnival Cruises out of Miami. No Taxes and they employ people from third world counties to do all the work and pay them zip . Shame on you and the way you think you are doing some thing to help , Your not you are as bad as the rest of them . You should be ashamed . So start fixing your own problems before you make out you are doing the right thing . CNN you are full of it . its just air time for your company . shame
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When males finally realize an accept that women are not only the superior gender but that they are far superior to us males, maybe women can get the respect they deserve. Every male should be taught in grade school that women are superior and every girl should embrace it. Women should be in control of every aspect of society and they should be in control of every male.
...and they should FINE in a short skirt and in thigh high patent leather boots!
A lot of the responders to these articles to me are cowards. A lot of you write such cruel things. Stop hating.
If that includes taking care of the male I'm for it! Now bring me a bag of Cheetos.
Congrats dear Jada for your struggle to fight child trafficking. We all are with you. Keep me informed with updates.
congrats jada,thnx 4 raising this issue bcoz a couple of months b4 i met with joy,a 13 yrs old girl,forced to do housework in exchange 4 her to attend school.i was invited as a guest but i dug deep 4 more info.its widespread in kenya but i was shocked 2 find out tht there was no programme put forward to stop this.joy comes 4rm north kenya,her father was to hand her 4 marriage bt she managed to escape to a relative who also uses her 4 housework.there r alot of joys in this part suffering in silence.i ran save4africa aimed at raising awareness of girl child traffiking.lets act.
Its wonderful she is fighting for all the women , who marry rich hollywood actors and then get divorce and take half of cash ..
Her accomplishment of having prenups is wonderful
i think we should all try to clean up our our own backyard before we try to clean up someone elses .i think whatshes doing is a good thing its to bad we dont have alot more wemom out there like her .not just thinking of there selves but of someone else.good for her.
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