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Debra J Lopez – President & Co-Founder

Debra Lopez serves as co-founder and president of We The People Are Not For Sale . She leads the organization’s strategic and financial opportunities, to create tools, that engage business, government and roots in order to incubate and grow social enterprises to benefit enslaved and vulnerable communities.

Debra has soon will come with her first book, and has been recipient of two national journalist. We the people are not for sale fights human trafficking and modern-day slavery around the world. Through international work on the ground and in mainstream supply chains, we proactively target the root causes of slavery while engaging and equipping the movement for freedom.

ln 1999 , DJ’s Angels has come to America to discovered that industry has growing ,than ever before. Not only was she was a slave but that she was free to see that slavery has become more his favorite Areas has been converted into, restaurant,hotels motels,and even in the back yards had been the center of a local human trafficking Trafficking industries. After further investigation, he realized this was part of a growing international issue spanning every industry and corner of the earth. From there, Not For Sale–both the organization and his 2007 book under the same name–was born.
OUR VISION
To re-abolish slavery in this lifetime.

OUR INSPIRATION
There are more than 30 million slaves today, more than at any other time in history. Men, women and children around the world are forced to work without pay and subjected to physical, mental and emotional exploitation-and the number is growing
OUR WORK

DJ’s Angels creates tools that engage business, government and grassroots in order to incubate and grow social enterprises to benefit enslaved and vulnerable communities.

Our mission is to end slavery, not to simply put a bandage on the wound that it creates. To do this, we identify and address the root causes in impoverished and vulnerable communities where individuals are easily taken advantage of by traffickers. Not For Sale has identified vulnerable regions across the world and empowers each against the rising tide of exploitation.

Through social projects spanning the globe in countries like Peru, the Netherlands, India, Thailand and South Africa, Not For Sale works to provide restoration, challenge institutional thinking, and create new futures for survivors.Together, we can end slavery in our lifetime.

The success of Angels In The Field Rescue Me For Freedom, innovative and unique programs is rooted in the dedication of our staff, board, fellows and volunteers to work together towards a world without slavery.

Debra J Lopez: Founder and CEO
Director: Pastor Mark Sortany
Director: Ivette
Debra Lopez: Crime victim advocate
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Images of child pornography are not protected under First Amendment rights, and are illegal contraband under federal law. Section 2256 of Title 18, United States Code, defines child pornography as any visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct involving a minor (someone under 18 years of age). Visual depictions include photographs, videos, digital or computer generated images indistinguishable from an actual minor, and images created, adapted, or modified, but appear to depict an identifiable, actual minor. Undeveloped film, undeveloped videotape, and electronically stored data that can be converted into a visual image of child pornography are also deemed illegal visual depictions under federal law.
Notably, the legal definition of sexually explicit conduct does not require that an image depict a child engaging in sexual activity. A picture of a naked child may constitute illegal child pornography if it is sufficiently sexually suggestive. Additionally, the age of consent for sexual activity in a given state is irrelevant; any depiction of a minor under 18 years of age engaging in sexually explicit conduct is illegal.
Federal law prohibits the production, distribution, reception, and possession of an image of child pornography using or affecting any means or facility of interstate or foreign commerce (See 18 U.S.C. § 2251; 18 U.S.C. § 2252; 18 U.S.C. § 2252A). Specifically, Section 2251 makes it illegal to persuade, induce, entice, or coerce a minor to engage in sexually explicit conduct for purposes of producing visual depictions of that conduct. Any individual who attempts or conspires to commit a child pornography offense is also subject to prosecution under federal law.
Federal jurisdiction is implicated if the child pornography offense occurred in interstate or foreign commerce. This includes, for example, using the U.S. Mails or common carriers to transport child pornography across state or international borders. Additionally, federal jurisdiction almost always applies when the Internet is used to commit a child pornography violation. Even if the child pornography image itself did not traveled across state or international borders, federal law may be implicated if the materials, such as the computer used to download the image or the CD Rom used to store the image, originated or previously traveled in interstate or foreign commerce.
In addition, Section 2251A of Title 18, United States Code, specifically prohibits any parent, legal guardian or other person in custody or control of a minor under the age of 18, to buy, sell, or transfer custody of that minor for purposes of producing child pornography.
Lastly, Section 2260 of Title 18, United States Code, prohibits any persons outside of the United States to knowingly produce, receive, transport, ship, or distribute child pornography with intent to import or transmit the visual depiction into the United States.
Any violation of federal child pornography law is a serious crime, and convicted offenders face severe statutory penalties. For example, a first time offender convicted of producing child pornography under 18 U.S.C. § 2251, face fines and a statutory minimum of 15 years to 30 years maximum in prison. A first time offender convicted of transporting child pornography in interstate or foreign commerce under 18 U.S.C. § 2252, faces fines and a statutory minimum of 5 years to 20 years maximum in prison. Convicted offenders may face harsher penalties if the offender has prior convictions or if the child pornography offense occurred in aggravated situations defined as (i) the images are violent, sadistic, or masochistic in nature, (ii) the minor was sexually abused, or (iii) the offender has prior convictions for child sexual exploitation. In these circumstances, a convicted offender may face up to life imprisonment.
It is important to note that an offender can be prosecuted under state child pornography laws in addition to, or instead of, federal law.

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Images of child pornography are not protected under First Amendment rights, and are illegal contraband under federal law. Section 2256 of Title 18, United States Code, defines child pornography as any visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct involving a minor (someone under 18 years of age). Visual depictions include photographs, videos, digital or computer generated images indistinguishable from an actual minor, and images created, adapted, or modified, but appear to depict an identifiable, actual minor. Undeveloped film, undeveloped videotape, and electronically stored data that can be converted into a visual image of child pornography are also deemed illegal visual depictions under federal law.
Notably, the legal definition of sexually explicit conduct does not require that an image depict a child engaging in sexual activity. A picture of a naked child may constitute illegal child pornography if it is sufficiently sexually suggestive. Additionally, the age of consent for sexual activity in a given state is irrelevant; any depiction of a minor under 18 years of age engaging in sexually explicit conduct is illegal.
Federal law prohibits the production, distribution, reception, and possession of an image of child pornography using or affecting any means or facility of interstate or foreign commerce (See 18 U.S.C. § 2251; 18 U.S.C. § 2252; 18 U.S.C. § 2252A). Specifically, Section 2251 makes it illegal to persuade, induce, entice, or coerce a minor to engage in sexually explicit conduct for purposes of producing visual depictions of that conduct. Any individual who attempts or conspires to commit a child pornography offense is also subject to prosecution under federal law.
Federal jurisdiction is implicated if the child pornography offense occurred in interstate or foreign commerce. This includes, for example, using the U.S. Mails or common carriers to transport child pornography across state or international borders. Additionally, federal jurisdiction almost always applies when the Internet is used to commit a child pornography violation. Even if the child pornography image itself did not traveled across state or international borders, federal law may be implicated if the materials, such as the computer used to download the image or the CD Rom used to store the image, originated or previously traveled in interstate or foreign commerce.
In addition, Section 2251A of Title 18, United States Code, specifically prohibits any parent, legal guardian or other person in custody or control of a minor under the age of 18, to buy, sell, or transfer custody of that minor for purposes of producing child pornography.
Lastly, Section 2260 of Title 18, United States Code, prohibits any persons outside of the United States to knowingly produce, receive, transport, ship, or distribute child pornography with intent to import or transmit the visual depiction into the United States.
Any violation of federal child pornography law is a serious crime, and convicted offenders face severe statutory penalties. For example, a first time offender convicted of producing child pornography under 18 U.S.C. § 2251, face fines and a statutory minimum of 15 years to 30 years maximum in prison. A first time offender convicted of transporting child pornography in interstate or foreign commerce under 18 U.S.C. § 2252, faces fines and a statutory minimum of 5 years to 20 years maximum in prison. Convicted offenders may face harsher penalties if the offender has prior convictions or if the child pornography offense occurred in aggravated situations defined as (i) the images are violent, sadistic, or masochistic in nature, (ii) the minor was sexually abused, or (iii) the offender has prior convictions for child sexual exploitation. In these circumstances, a convicted offender may face up to life imprisonment.
It is important to note that an offender can be prosecuted under state child pornography laws in addition to, or instead of, federal law.

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Islam against slavery, truth yet to be delivered: Official
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Slavery comes in many flavors in islamic countries; from the obvious- humans sold into bondage to the less obvious forced marriages and children traded for repayment of debt. No matter how a slave became a slave, they are still a slave. Calling the victims “employees or wives” does not change their fate just their title and legal standing. Apologists will claim slavery is not sanctioned by the state, religion or officials. That is a common lie but several things have to be considered before you buy into it. Islam is a total life system you cannot separate the person from the ideology. In islamic countries honor is everything, they do not allow slavery because in a modern world it can never be excused or explained away. What the do allow (mostly by turning a blind eye) is employers to seize passports from workers and stop paying them, sexually abuse them, trade them or sale them. Muslim children are also treated in a similar manner. The fact that slavery exists in all islamic countries is obvious. What is less clear is if anyone in a leadership role is attempting to stop it.

The trafficking in humans is not possible across continents and borders without high-level clerics and officials helping it along. Does islam sanctions this or high level islamic officials, I do not see a difference. Taking bribes and turnning a blind eye amounts to an official sanction. Some of the highest islamic officials are into the human trafficking networks up to their eyeballs, sounds like an official sanction to me. The koran encourages slavery, the pedophile mohammed owned slaves and modern muslims use that as an excuse to continue the practice. Read on.

By Fares Al-Qahtani, 16 Sep 2009, Saudi Gazette
RIYADH – The court system in the Kingdom has failed to clearly criminalize human trafficking from an Islamic perspective in the international human rights groups, said Nasser Al-Shahrani, head of the administrative committee at the Commission for Investigation and Prosecution Sunday.
-Catch that? “According to an islamic perspective” lots of wiggle room in that line. Let me clear it up for the pedophile worshipers, slavery is wrong. Got it?

Al-Shahrani’s comment came during the activities of the second day of the third scholarly symposium on human trafficking organized by the Ministry of Justice and the Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS) at the university campus here.

An anti-human trafficking law has been submitted to the King for final approval, he said. The law, guided by the Islamic Shariah, comes in line with international laws combating human trafficking as to prevent it, criminalize it from an Islamic perspective, and to protect its victims.
-The “islamic perspective” again. What this means is they obey islamic law and not the infidels international law. An important distinction, declare a victim a wife and presto-no slaves. We have ran several examples of corrupt islamic leaders and clerics, I have never seen one charged, fired or even rebuked for slavery in any form. That also is “official sanction”.

As the gap between rich and poor grows wider, destitute families are increasingly selling their most valuable property: their children. Trafficked children are usually denied education, communication with their parents; and most importantly, they are denied a normal child’s life, he said.
-Notice normal muslims that are not in charge do find this practice revolting, the problem stems from those in power, absolute power corrupts absolutely.

According to media reports, in some destitute parts of Asia, a child is sold for as low as SR2,000. “Their mothers or the middlemen bring them to me,” a woman agent of human trafficking was reportedly quoted as saying. “There are always fresh ones,” she said. There seems to be no shortage of kids for sale in a continent where 790 million people earn less than $1 a day.
-Fresh ones are virgins and are more valuable.

Trigged by poverty, human trafficking is a business-driven organized crime that takes different forms including forced labor and prostitution, Shahrani said.
-Business in islamic countries is owned and operated by officials and clerics, private ownership is allowed but taxes and gifts (bribes) are required. Read more official sanction.

International organizations fighting human trafficking defined modern time slavery as people being sold or tricked by agents into servitude to do something against their will, without having a way out, or the right to object, he said.
-Sounds about right but i would also include people born into oppressive all controlling ideologies which refuse the personal choice to stop practicing or convert.

According to the UN definitions, domestic help can fall into the category of modern day slavery when domestic workers are humiliated, mistreated, deprived of privacy and days off. Modern slavery has become a booming international trade that involves at least 2.5 million people being trafficked in bondage through physical or psychological force at any one time, representing the tip of an iceberg.
-This practice does exist outside of islam. No need for apple vs oranges here, it is wrong no matter who does it or how they justify and disguise it. The islamic world accounts for the majority of slavery found in the world today, stopping the practice has to include them which will require a rewrite to the koran. Basically it will never happen. Laws will be passed and additional efforts will be made to hide it but slavery and islam are joined at the hip and that will never change.

The UN international Labor Organization calculates the minimum number of people in forced labor at 12.3 million in a market valued at $32 billion, while research by Free the Slaves, a nongovernmental organization (NGO) based in the United States, puts the number at 27 million people. – Okaz/SG
-I would go with the NGOs assessment. Now just to stop all the bull, I am against all slavery and I am not singling out islam for the crime. I am just reminding everyone they have practiced it longer than anyone else, continue to practice it and that senior officials and clerics profit from it. To claim otherwise only helps the process continues and does nothing to help the victims. This has to end.

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WE THE PEOPLE ARE NOT FOR SALE ANGELS IN THE FIELD

There are more than 50 million trafficked people.

  We, The people are not for SALE Angels In The Field Rescue Me For Freedom, Are coming together using Business, an Government, And other people in the world to come together without any fear and fight for people that are slaves.  Freedom is not for sale, we are to be free.  We the people are fighting to Join and fight for root causes of slavery. Its a cycle that should not be permitted.  We empower people to Join hands with us using fighting for FREEDOM all over the world.  Teaching and giving Techniques  to the reality of slavery, so we will fight for justice. DJ Angels In The Field We the people are Not for Sale Angels, is taking this fight all over the world and asking for donations for us to take the  Education to make a better world, and it ought to concern every person. Because, it tears our social lives.

SLAVERY OCCURS WHEN ONE PERSON COMPLETELY CONTROLS ANOTHER PERSON, USING VIOLENCE OR THE THREAT OF VIOLENCE; TO MAINTAIN THAT CONTROL, EXPLOITS THEM ECONOMICALLY AND THEY CANNOT WALK AWAY.  

The definition of trafficking has 3 main components:

  • The action of trafficking; which means the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of persons
  • The means of trafficking; which includes threat of or use of force, deception, coercion, abuse of power or position of vulnerability
  • The purpose of trafficking; which is always exploitation. In the words of the Trafficking Protocol, article 3 “exploitation shall include, at a minimum, the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labor or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or the removal of organs.

More in depth definitions are available from the Trafficking of Victims Protection Act as well as the U.N. Trafficking Protocol.

Read more Frequently Asked Questions about modern-day slavery here.

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SLAVERY

“IT OUGHT TO CONCERN EVERY PERSON, BECAUSE IT IS A DEBASEMENT OF OUR COMMON HUMANITY. IT OUGHT TO CONCERN EVERY COMMUNITY, BECAUSE IT TEARS AT OUR SOCIAL FABRIC. IT OUGHT TO CONCERN EVERY BUSINESS, BECAUSE IT DISTORTS MARKETS. IT OUGHT TO CONCERN EVERY NATION, BECAUSE IT ENDANGERS PUBLIC HEALTH AND FUELS VIOLENCE AND ORGANIZED CRIME. I’M TALKING ABOUT THE INJUSTICE, THE OUTRAGE, OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING, WHICH MUST BE CALLED BY ITS TRUE NAME — MODERN SLAVERY.”

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA

30 Million People

The modern-day slave trade is one of the fastest growing industries in the world, enslaving more than 30 million individuals today. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “After drug dealing, trafficking of humans is tied with arms dealing as the second-largest criminal industry in the world.” Combating this $32 billion-dollar-a-year industry takes enormous effort as well as a large framework of diligent abolitionists. Slavery is wrapped up in almost every industry’s supply chain, tainting the food we eat, the clothes we buy and the electronics we love.

$32 Billion USDAll businesses have supply chains. Numerous small companies work to provide the cotton in our t-shirts, the metals in our laptops and cellphones, as well as the sugar in our desserts.  These raw materials come from all over the world. The businesses selling our t-shirts and chocolate and cell phones rarely know where these raw materials are coming from, or who is assembling the products before their final stages. This lack of transparency allows for unregulated production and many times unsafe or illegal practices in the workplace, including modern day slavery.

Vulnerable people and communities are targeted by recruiters, and traffickers and through deception, fraud and coercion are brought into slavery. While sex trafficking is often at the forefront of our awareness, slave labor and debt bondage are more common.  Sometimes entire villages with few economic opportunities are targeted as ideal laborers who do not have other options. Often they will not immediately realize that the small loan they accepted will never be paid off due to the high interest rate charged by the lender. These situations are largely contextualized by a lack of economic empowerment. Identifying these regions and people is critical to stemming the tide of human trafficking.

Awareness of human trafficking has been on the rise over the past few years and it is important to be clear with our definition of slavery. Our definition of slavery is similar to that of the CNN Freedom Project: