Barnes and Noble: Traffik by Norman Jean Roy and Marianne Pearl

Barnes and Noble: Traffik by Norman Jean Roy and Marianne Pearl

Inspired by the work of Somaly Mam (author of "The Road of Lost Innocence" and an honoree of Glamour magazine's 2006 Woman of the Year contest), photographer Norman Jean Roy visited Mam's ongoing project within her homeland of Cambodia. Mam, sold into sexual slavery earlier in her own life, works to rescue, educate and empower girls as young as seven years old, as she also battles to bring an end to the growing problem. Using his professional skills to capture the spirit of these girls, as well as the their suffering, Roy hopes to bring greater awareness and aid to Mam and the girls she has embraced. By purchasing this book, you will help to change lives. Perhaps even your own.