Guest Host: Frank Sesno

Sex trafficking, acid attacks, and mass rape. Two Pulitzer Prize winning journalists on why the battle against widespread abuse of women in poor countries is the moral challenge of this century and key to addressing the root causes of many of the world’s most pressing problems.


  • Nicholas Kristof Columnist for the New York Times
  • Sheryl WuDunn Former New York Times reporter.

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