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She's not scared - she's armed with a basket and a smile. Her weapons are aimed at the beautiful, broken creatures standing under street lamps. Most ignore the smile.
Others rummage through the basket. They'll take the condoms. They'll leave the Christian literature. The year-old ordained minister, originally from Hamilton, is slowly changing the lives of European woman tricked and trafficked into prostitution. She set up her second non-profit charity, Alabaster Jar, in , with a group of volunteers to do that. In , she founded Rahab International in Thailand after feeling powerless when she saw women and young girls being sold as sex slaves in a time when that trade started booming in Asia.
Rahab goes from strength to strength but there is still work to be done in Germany before Green hands over the reins. She doesn't want to, but doctors found "a neat little thing, perfectly round" in her lung. And then they found the cancer in her mouth. Before stepping back, Green believes she'll live to see a change in the place which serves as the "destination country" for sex traffickers across Europe. On the way, we would smile at people.
But we just didn't exist to them," Green said. Now, she sees a few upturned mouths when she walks past the "beautiful, clever" but aloof German prostitutes. On the other side of the city, the Eastern European girls who are "straight up bought and sold" welcome her - they're also slowly asking her for help. Last year, a prostitute whose passport was stolen when she arrived in Berlin followed Green and her team to a cafe.
She wanted out. Green kept her in a safe house while a policeman bribed her female pimp for the travel document. In two days she was on a bus back to Romania.