Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things: Tricia Roland-HamiltonTricia Roland-Hamilton is the director of Magdalene St. Louis - a residency house for women trying to leave lives of prostitution, sex trafficking, violence, substance abuse and life on the streets.
Making a Home for Rescued ProstitutesA group wanting to rescue women from a life of prostitution says they've found a house. Now they need the money to make it a home.
New York's Trinity Church Finances Efforts to Rescue Women from St. Louis Sex TradesAn historic church in New York with major real estate assets, is investing in a St. Louis project, but it's not about financial returns.
Home For Prostitutes Also Wants to School Johns"They come away understanding this is not something the women enjoy. When they have to turn 20-25 tricks a night, that's not enjoyable."
Corrections Expert: Penalties Won't Keep Prostitutes Off the StreetRick Seiter contends they're victims, "prostitution and addiction and a life on the streets was not a choice for any of these women."
Beyond Arrests, Getting Prostitutes Off the Streets For Good"They're arrested, there's some sort of slap on the wrist because the judicial system is completely overloaded. And then they're back out on the streets."