Girls freeing girls — Liberty students join the fight against sex trafficking in an unconventional way (broadcasting script re-write)

Two students at Liberty University take part in a unique movement to fight human trafficking//

Juniors Kelley Duvall and Natalie Barsamian are raising donations of volunteer time, money, and a goal of 1,000 bras for an organization called Girls Free Girls//

Girls Free Girls is a charity dedicated to helping human trafficking victims by collecting donated bras from across America, and giving them to women to sell in a second-hand marketplace for profit//

So far, the girls have collected 259 out of their 1,000 bras goal//

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