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Trafficking Victim Now Advocates For Others

Nov 10, 2013 (Weekend Edition Sunday) — Angela Guanzon came from the Philippines to California for what she thought would be a good job. Instead, she worked 18 hours a day caring for elderly residents, slept on hallway floors and ate table scraps, all for $300 a month. Guanzon, now an advocate for victims of human trafficking, talks with host Rachel Martin about her experience.

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