Why Wear Blue on January 11th, Human Trafficking awareness day?
"The more of us who are educated about this crime, the harder it will be for the criminals and evildoers to operate freely, and the tougher it will be for them to get off with a mere judicial slap on the wrist when they are caught.
History reports that Zenobia fought for justice. In this book she does so in two ways. First, she tries to free the oppressed. Second, she plots to punish the slavers. She will continue her crusade in future books in the series." -Russ Wallace, Author of Zenobia - Challenging a Legend
Here’s how you can participate:
1. Wear blue and share an image on social media with #WearBlueDay
2. Tell us why you wore blue with #WeWearBlueBecause
3. Share this post to spread the word National Wear Blue Day, January 11, post a photo of yourself, friends, family, and colleagues wearing blue clothing on social media using the hashtag #WearBlueDay to raise awareness of human trafficking.
The Wear Blue Day social media campaign brought tangible visibility to this issue, created conversation nationwide, and directed participants to the Blue Campaign. The hashtag reached more than 4 million people on Twitter alone!