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03.07.11

Live Chat: Malika Saada Saar on the scandal of sexual trafficking in the U.S. and Africa

Join Malika Saada Saar and The Daily Beast's Ronnie Cho at 1:30 p.m. EST Tuesday, March 8 for a live chat to talk about the 2011 Women in the World summit, and her fight against sexual exploitation of women and girls. Enter your email address below for a reminder once we go live.

The Rebecca Project for Human Rights' Malika Saada Saar and The Daily Beast's Ronnie Cho talk about her fight against the scandal of young girls and women being trafficked in the United States and Africa.

On International Women’s Day, The Daily Beast is pleased to welcome Malika Saada Saar founder of the Rebecca Project for Human Rights, a policy and advocacy organization that works to address the unacceptable levels of violence, exploitation and poverty affecting women and girls in the U.S. and Africa. She joins The Daily Beast's community editor Ronnie Cho at 1:30 p.m. EST Tuesday, March 8 for a live chat. To participate, simply stop back here and ask Malika a question in the chat module below. You can also enter your email address for a reminder once we go live. If you can't make the chat, leave your question as a comment on the site, and Ronnie will ask on your behalf.

This chat is the second in The Daily Beast's Women in the World Live Chat Series.

Graphic: U.S. states turn a blind eye to human trafficking

Women in the World would like to thank the following sponsors for their generous support: HP, American Express, Coca-Cola Company, Exxon Mobil, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Thomson Reuters, Virtue Foundation.