Official Poster: I Am Not For Sale, The Fight To End Human Trafficking

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Grandson of Haiti former president, Romane Antoine Simon team up with Pretty Little Liar star Sean Faris on a new movie, “I Am Not For Sale, The Fight To End Human Trafficking”.

Lucky Strike Film Studio and Marketing Macabre proudly release the Official Poster for “I Am Not For Sale, The Fight To End Human Trafficking”.

Written by Simon in collaboration with award winning film director and screenwriter, Chukwu Lowance, “I Am Not For Sale” exposes the horror of the human sex trafficking industry in a way the writers hope will compel movie goers to work to help end this travesty.

Human trafficking is slavery.

It’s the illegal trade of human beings. It’s the recruitment, control, and use of people for their bodies and for their labor. Through force, fraud, and coercion, people everywhere are being bought and sold against their will–right now in the 21st century.

But phrases like ‘slavery’ and ‘human trafficking’ can still feel ambiguous. This is the reality: slavery is violence. It’s physical, verbal, and sexual abuse. It’s forced prostitution. It’s barbaric working conditions.

Slavery is more stoppable than ever, and that’s why we’re here, rallying around the world and doing the work together.


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