What’s New with Blue?
The Final Countdown to #WearBlueDay Is On
President Biden has proclaimed that January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month, a time to bring attention to the crime of human trafficking.
On Tuesday, January 11, 2022, Blue Campaign invites you to shine a spotlight on human trafficking by participating in #WearBlueDay. Anyone can make a difference by raising awareness about this crime. It is as simple as wearing a piece of blue clothing and posting about it throughout the day on the social media platform of your choice. There are many ways you can get the conversation started:
- Take a selfie
- Gather family, friends, or colleagues for a group photo
- Share a video about why you wear blue
- Host an in-person or virtual event
However you decide to share your support, just make sure you use the hashtag #WearBlueDay. Stay tuned for what is coming up throughout the month by following Blue Campaign on social media (@DHSBlueCampaign on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram).
Blue Campaign Team Takes over Social Media This Week
Starting Monday, January 3, Blue Campaign team members will be featured on the Campaign’s Instagram and Facebook Stories. Team members will share what’s new with Blue, how it is combating human trafficking, and how you can get involved. Share our stories with your friends and followers to educate them about human trafficking and encourage them to participate in #WearBlueDay.
Social Media Shareables
Tag Blue Campaign on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram using @DHSBlueCampaign. Each month we share content you can distribute on your social channels to raise awareness of human trafficking in your community.
- Did you know that January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month? All month long, @DHSBlueCampaign is sharing what you can do combat #HumanTrafficking. More details here: bit.ly/35kSt7s
- #WearBlueDay is finally here! It’s time to raise awareness of #HumanTrafficking. Learn how a simple gesture can make a big difference: bit.ly/2MCCT0o
- Anyone and everyone can support the awareness and prevention of #HumanTrafficking — even at work. Today, post a selfie or a group photo of your staff in blue clothing with the hashtag #WearBlueDay. More ideas for your organization: bit.ly/2MCCT0o
- Meet the team behind #WearBlueDay. All week long, @DHSBlueCampaign is sharing resources to educate the public, specific industries, and law enforcement about the crime of human trafficking. Learn more: bit.ly/35kSt7s
For more information visit the Blue Campaign
To report suspected human trafficking: 1-866-347-2423
To get help from the National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1-888-373-7888
or text HELP or INFO to BeFree (233733)