Kate Price is a child commercial sexual exploitation survivor. To support his drug addiction, Price’s father prostituted her from infancy to adolescence at backyard parties, child pornography ring events, and truck stops. Additionally, she survived sexual abuse by multiple members of her parents’ families. Bruises went unquestioned by neighbors, teachers, and coaches. Family members called her a “slut.” Armed only with a fierce belief in herself, Price eventually ran away on a Greyhound bus, beginning her extraction from her hometown and family. A story of unparalleled resilience and determination, Price’s life is filled with moments of heart wrenching survival and tender perseverance. Her journey sheds light on the complex crisis of child prostitution and provides hope for healing. A graduate of Lesley University in Cambridge, MA and Simmons College in Boston, MA, Price is a program associate at the Jean Baker Miller Institute, a program of the Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College.
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