Conclusion. Regina Hall joins Nicholas Kristof for a look at domestic violence in the U.S. They visit Atlanta's Women's Resource Center, which is a shelter, aid and advocacy organization for battered women; meet a legal advocate who explains how the legal system often works against abused women; and talk with a Men Stopping Violence educator. Also: Mia and Ronan Farrow travel to Kibera, a Kenyan slum where 15 percent of girls are raped or sexually abused before preschool age.
Part 2 of 3. Jennifer Garner returns to her native West Virginia, where she meets with families that are enrolled in Save the Children's Early Steps program, which provides books and early learning to children living in poverty. Also: Alfre Woodard joins Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn in Haiti, where they learn about a free school and meet a young girl working as a domestic servant; and Eva Longoria meets a Colombian woman who helps pregnant teens and young mothers in the slums.
A three-part series about global gender oppression and human-rights violations begins with the trafficking of children in the U.S., where the Justice Department estimates as many as 300,000 children are at risk of being sold into sexual slavery. Included: a former child prostitute, who was sold at age 12 to a pimp by her mother; the work of My Life My Choice founder Audrey Morrissey; and the efforts of Cook County (Ill.) Sheriff Tom Dart to crack down on men who purchase sex.