For the month of March, ArtWorks for Freedom has chosen to shine a light on the importance of Empowering Youth Voices in the fight against human trafficking. Social movements throughout time have benefitted from the imagination and courage of youth involvement. From student anti-human trafficking clubs to Nobel Laureate and education activist Malala Yousafzai, young people constantly take action to move human rights progress forward.
This week on our blog, we are excited to celebrate youth involvement in the fight against human trafficking, as well as honor Women’s History Month in the United States, by spotlighting one of our campaign partners, Women in Homeland Security (WHS).
We look forward to adding the WHS Door to Freedom to our portfolio of art used to raise awareness around the globe. We are equally grateful to the Rotary Club Foundation of Washington, D.C., for their support of the Golden Doors to Freedom Project.