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Children of the Night president Dr. Lois Lee speaks with 17-year-old "Jane," in the cafeteria at Children of the Night in Los Angeles, Thursday, April 21, 2011. "Jane" was rescued off the streets of Portland, Ore., two years ago when she was just 15. "This place has helped me so much. I was so different when I first got here," "Jane" said. She attends college classes now and wants to be a social worker where she can help people when she graduates. "I just want to help people like Lois has helped me." (Garrett Cheen/Special to The Washington Times)
Photo by: Garrett Cheen
Children of the Night president Dr. Lois Lee speaks with 17-year-old "Jane," in the cafeteria at Children of the Night in Los Angeles, Thursday, April 21, 2011. "Jane" was rescued off the streets of Portland, Ore., two years ago when she was just 15. "This place has helped me so much. I was so different when I first got here," "Jane" said. She attends college classes now and wants to be a social worker where she can help people when she graduates. "I just want to help people like Lois has helped me." (Garrett Cheen/Special to The Washington Times)

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