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Byline: Michael Paul Williams
May 30--What artist Diane Hayes saw on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" touched her heart and inspired her to try to save the souls of children living in enslavement.
The so-called Fisher Boys of Ghana are sold to fishermen by their desperately impoverished parents for as little as $20. Physically abused, poorly clothed and fed one meal a day, the boys work 14-hour days under inhumane conditions.
The New York Times has written about their plight. And in October, Winfrey aired a special report on 6-year-old Mark Kwadwo, described as "the little boy Oprah couldn't forget."
As Hayes, 54, watched that show, Mark became the …