An Outstanding Anti-Trafficking Resource
Renting Lacy: A Story of America’s Prostituted Children by Linda Smith with Cindy Coloma.
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Step into the darkness of the trafficking underworld. Meet the actual people who live there. Hear their words – and sense the terror and despair. Is there hope?
You will discover how girls are lured and trapped and learn how you can take action!
About the Book:
In Renting Lacy, author Linda Smith brings to life characters based on real stories and interviews with teen survivors. Meet Lacy and Star as they reveal the underbelly of our country’s commercial sex trade. Get to know the men who sell them, and the ones who buy them. Renting Lacy will draw you into the lives of these young girls as they struggle to survive each night — watching their childhood hopes and dreams slip away in the darkness.
About the Author: Linda Smith is a leader in the global movement to end sex trafficking of women and children around the world and founder ofShared Hope International (SHI). With the help of friends like you, Shared Hope is on a mission to …
– Prevent sex trafficking
– Change law enforcement to treat trafficked girls as the victims they are,
– Reach out to women and girls already caught in the web of the trafficking world, and
– Provide safe places and real-life restoration for women whose lives truly need to begin again.
Linda’s tenacity and advocacy for those who are trapped in these situations has already roused many to action, but this book will awaken far more. Some will be shocked. Some will be outraged. Some will be saddened. My hope is that all will be spurred to action.
President and CEO, National Center for
Missing and Exploited Children
The stories in the book really made it come alive. The message was shocking, disturbing, horrifying. But it is also necessary. We in America need to know what is happening to our children right under our noses. We need to wake up to the fact that this horrific abuse is occurring and that we are allowing and even at times encouraging it. What will it take to change this? I challenge anyone to read Renting Lacy and not be motivated to do something to implement change in the abuse of children in America.