On March 29, protesters delivered 100 pairs of girls' shoes to Village Voice offices in New York, representing the children bought and sold for sex on the classifieds website Backpage.com, owned by Village Voice Media.
Along with the shoes came more than 225,000 signatures on a petition on Change.org calling on Village Voice Media to stop allowing child sex traffickers and pimps to advertise on their site. But the ads for sex with minors are still running.
Now, child sex trafficking survivor "Paula K." is asking the owners of Village Voice Media -- who were just revealed by New York Times columnist Nick Kristoff after intense investigation -- to use their power to stamp out child sex trafficking on Backpage.com for good. Click on the widget and make a change!