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Practicing Emptiness
Produced by: Carmen Delzell
'Women sell themselves short doing things they hate in search of money or security or emotional fulfillment,' says writer Carmen Delzell. For some this means staying in a bad marriage, to keep a roof overhead or for the children's sake; for some it means prostitution. Delzell shares conversations with women of diverse backgrounds -- a former prostitute, a woman who has suffered an abusive marriage, an exotic dancer -- and reveals the threads that bind their experiences, and those of all women, together.

Program Credits

Practicing Emptiness was written by Carmen DelZell and produced by Moira Rankin.

Resources

Links:
Around the Block
"The Colorful Past, Controversial Present, and Uncertain Future of Baltimore's Red-Light District"

Books:
Listening to Olivia: Violence, Poverty, and Prostitution
by: Jody Ann Raphael 2004
This book chronicles a young woman’s journey into a world of drugs, prostitution, and abuse and back again.

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