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These videos capture the perspectives of survivors and advocates who are working to end the demand for the commercial sex trade. Please click the titles to view the videos

CAASE's Founder Rachel Durchslag is featured in this video from the UJA Federation of New York about the work of the Jewish community to help end sex trafficking.

Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez discusses how she has made the fight against sex trafficking a priority in Illinois by addressing demand--the pimps, johns and traffickers. This was taped at a panel on January 10, 2012, with the American Bar Association's International Human Rights.

What are the real experiences of prostituted women? Listen to survivors of the commercial sex trade in Chicago and advocates discuss why they support Ending Demand.

Are men who buy sex or "johns" held accountable for the harm they cause? Listen to survivors of the commercial sex trade in Chicago and advocates discuss why they support Ending Demand.

Are pimps there to protect women or simply to make a profit? Listen to survivors of the commercial sex trade in Chicago and advocates discuss why they support Ending Demand.

Legalization of prostitution is not the answer. Listen to survivors of the commercial sex trade in Chicago and advocates discuss why they support Ending Demand.

People who buy sex drive the demand for prostitution and sex trafficking. Listen to survivors of the commercial sex trade in Chicago and advocates discuss why they support Ending Demand. Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart also discusses why he focuses his efforts on demand.

Do women in prostitution choose to be there, or do they simply have no other choices? Listen to survivors of the commercial sex trade in Chicago discuss why they support Ending Demand Illinois.

Prostitution survivor Olivia talks about her experience in Chicago strip clubs. Olivia is an invaluable contributor to the End Demand Illinois campaign, including lobbying and education efforts.

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The End Demand Illinois campaign is shifting law enforcement's attention to sex traffickers and people who buy sex, while proposing a network of support for survivors of the sex trade.

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