To help motivate people to take action, Oprah asks Maureen and Chuck to describe the images they confiscated in detail.

"I can, and I will," Maureen says. "I have to say, though, that really people might want to choose not to listen, because it's hard."

Oprah says the graphic details should be hard for people to hear. "We are supposed to hear it, and we are supposed to, where appropriate, see it because that is the only way it ever gets changed," she says. "It's one thing for us to hear it. It's another thing for children to have to endure it. I think for us to turn away, to not to listen, to not to observe, means you turn away from the problem."


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