The #WhatIWouldMiss campaign is a public-private partnership to raise awareness about human trafficking among high school students through a peer-to-peer social media competition, organized by President Lincoln’s Cottage, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the U.S. Department of Education. The campaign encourages teenagers to think about aspects of their daily lives that they would miss if they were a victims of human trafficking and share a post on social media answering that question, including a related fact about human trafficking. The winning submission will attend the third annual Students Opposing Slavery International Summit at President Lincoln’s Cottage. Deadline is February 27, 2015.
To learn more, visit www.StudentsOpposingSlavery.org/WhatIWouldMiss.