NEW YORK CITY -- Brooke Anderson, Co-Host of the nationally syndicated entertainment newsmagazine, THE INSIDER, hosted Love 146's 10th anniversary gala on Thursday, September 20th in New York City. Joining Anderson and Love146 at New York City’s Edison Ballroom were special guests, Grammy-award winning musician Vince Gill, actress Carrie Preston and Former President Bill Clinton.
Anderson commented on the evening, “I was honored to be a part of such a worthwhile cause and event in order to make a difference for these children. No child should be forced into a life of slavery and indecency. I was inspired by Love 146 and its mission.”
Love146, an international organization working to end child trafficking and exploitation introduced new anti-trafficking initiatives that included prevention education in U.S. classrooms and survivor care for U.S. children.
After spending several years launching successful programs in Asia, the organization has decided to turn their attention towards protecting children in the U.S. To that end, Love146 has worked hard to educate over 4,000 children in schools and group homes all across the country.
Tune into THE INSIDER on CBS tonight to hear all about the event!
About Brooke Anderson
Brooke Anderson is Co-Host and Managing Editor of the syndicated entertainment news program THE INSIDER. She previously served as CNN Entertainment Correspondent, Writer, and Producer plus Co-Host of HLN's Showbiz Tonight. Brooke is an award-winning journalist who was an integral part of CNN's entertainment coverage for the last decade covering countless events, behind the scenes stories, exclusive interviews and breaking news for CNN, HLN, and CNN International. Anderson has coordinated, produced and reported segments with all the top Hollywood newsmakers including George Clooney, Angelina Jolie, Bono, Brad Pitt, and Beyonce. She also joined Oscar-winning director James Cameron for a Zero Gravity high flying adventure above Los Angeles to replicate Avatar; reported live from the thick of a rally and march on California's Capitol by filmmaker Michael Moore and the California Nurses Association;
Since 2002, Love146 has been responding to the problem of child trafficking and exploitation with researched, intentional, and effective programs. Love146 believes child slavery will end when it is prevented from happening and that enslaved children can be freed and restored only if effective aftercare is waiting. Love146 works towards the end of child sex slavery through prevention and aftercare. Put simply, Love146 believes in the power of Love and its ability to affect sustainable change. To learn more about Love146's 10th anniversary event, visit | www.love146.org/
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