She was only 14 when her mother sold her as a slave. Yet today, by the grace of God, she ministers to other women in the same situation. Hear the amazing story of DJ who spent 22 years as a sex slave.
But who would have thought today people can be bought or sold for money, drugs, or a price. It seems so medieval, something from 18th century at the height of the slave trade. Yes, slavery is alive today. The UN believes 27 million people are living in bondage. Current jargon calls this “human trafficking”, but it’s no different than the historic slave trade. Women, children, and yes, men too, are bought/sold as commodities for labor, brothels, exploitation and even the removal of organs. Forced through threats, violence, mutilation, and coercion to work in sweatshops factories, farms, motels, strip joints, as domestics, sculleries, and recruiters for even more victims.
Forced laborers, housekeepers, nannies, prostitution, bondage: