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“This entire subject has great relevance to people in the Valley,” said Transitions executive director Susan Mathias.But women like Nacole S.Nacole’s daughter, a victim of sex trafficking, was in the movie. After she was found and returned home, Nacole made it her life’s goal to try to shut down media outlets such as Backpage, that seem to prize profit over anything else.”We don’t hear a lot about this very real problem,” said Marty Gates, president of Sunrise Rotary of Lewisburg. “But because we are in a corridor where I 80 meets I 81 and we have the north south 11/15, this area is a major conduit for traffickers.”After the movie, there was a 30 minute panel discussion on trafficking and the fight against media outlets that prize profit over decency.On the panel were Nacole S., Shea Rhodes, a Philadelphia based lawyer who works with and on behalf of victims and survivors of commercial sexual exploitation, and Heather Snyder, of Transitions. One of Snyder’s main roles these days with Transitions is providing outreach and training to colleges, schools, and the community in Union, Snyder, and Northumberland counties.”We finally settled with them, and I can’t say much per the agreement,” she said. “My daughter is happy with the settlement. But what I can say is that although I am limited as to what I can do by money, I do have a voice, and I will build my voice to build an army.