On JANUARY 11, Human Trafficking Awareness Day we invite you to Wear BLUE, the color that is the international symbol of human trafficking awareness. Post a photo of yourself and/or your group wearing blue and share it on social media in order to raise awareness and generate conversation about human trafficking. Be sure to tag USCSAHT in your #wearblueday photos: Facebook (@SistersAgainstTrafficking), Twitter (@uscsahtraffic), and Instagram (@uscsaht).
Here are a few sample messages you can include with your post on social media:
- Today, I’m participating in @DHSBlueCampaign’s #WearBlueDay to bring awareness to #humantrafficking.
- I wear blue because [insert why you are wearing blue]. #WearBlueDay #endhumantrafficking
- Why am I wearing blue? To help #endhumantrafficking. Learn how you can get involved: https://go.usa.gov/xPDRc #WearBlueDay
- I joined @DHSBlueCampaign in wearing blue today to raise awareness of #humantrafficking. Learn how you can get involved today #WearBlueDay https://go.usa.gov/xPDRc
You can also participate by Lighting Up a Landmark: coordinate with your local governments to light a capitol building, landmark, fountain, or bridge blue to raise awareness of human trafficking; or Host an Event: Host a panel discussion with local organizations combatting human trafficking or screen a human trafficking documentary and encourage the audience to wear blue and post photos from the event with #WearBlueDay. To learn more about Human Trafficking Awareness Day click here.
We also encourage you to take some time to learn more about human trafficking and join us in prayer to #EndHumanTrafficking. Below are a few resources to help. You can share them with friends and family as well!
- USCSAHT educational module: Root Causes of Human Trafficking in English and Spanish
- Video: Because we don’t know where to look Click here
- Myths and Facts: here
- Prayer Calendar: Daily prayer intentions for January 11-February 8, 2020 in English and Spanish
However you choose to mark this important day of education and awareness, please let us know!Tags: Department of Homeland Security, Wear Blue Day
Category: US Government