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Clemmie Greenlee works at Eden House in Uptown New Orleans, the first shelter for sex-trafficking victims in Louisiana. The center opened in October 2012. You can read more about Clemmie here.

“I was born a girl, I was born black, and I was born to two alcoholic parents. I knew I was doomed.”
— Clemmie Greenlee

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PRODUCTION NOTES: Clemmie Greenlee presented her Live Law Story at the Soros Justice Fellows gathering in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The event co-produced by Adam Culbreath, Mary Adkins and Nancy Mullane, with editing and sound design by Jonathan Hirsch. This Live Law Story was funded in part by the Open Society Foundations. © Copyright 2015 Life of the Law. All rights reserved.

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