Made In A Free World

Made In A Free World is using social media to stir up awareness that will lead to action. The Topic? Modern-day Slavery and Human Trafficking.

So, here’s the challenge. Create a board on Pinterest that answers the question: “What does a Free World mean or look like to you?” The most creative pinner (as decided by the judges) will win one Change for Good box filled with awesome Fair Trade products from Trade As One. Pin to Win!

Follow These Easy Steps:

  • FOLLOW Made In A Free World on Pinterest
  • CREATE a Pinterest board and title it: “Made In A Free World”
  • FILL your board with at least 10 pins and a minimum of 2 pins must be repinned from the first 5 boards on the MIAFW page
  • TAG all of the pins on your board with the hashtag #MadeInAFreeWorld 
  • COMMENT on Made In A Free World’s contest pin with a URL to your board when you’re done

Once all of the boards are submitted, the panel of judges will pick a winner based on originality, creativity, adherence to the rules, and demonstration of FREE spirit. The contest ends Tuesday, April 30th.

This is an easy way to use a little creativity through words and pictures to be a voice for the voiceless. Every impression that causes someone to pause, consider, and take action, matters. Slaves cannot free themselves, that’s why we can’t be silent. We, the free, are their only hope. I invite you to join me in getting involved, and don’t forget to tell a friend.

Let’s get slavery out of our system!

Learn More:

Embracing a Free World: Do You Know Your Slavery Footprint?

Visit Made In a Free World online and follow on Twitter @madeinafreewrld

Visit Slavery Footprint online at: www.slaveryfootprint.org

Join me on Twitter @DestinysWomen

(c) By April McCallum, Destiny’s Women™ – “Championing the Life, Freedom & Destiny of Women”

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