In collaboration with the Los Angeles County Probation Department, multicultural marketing and advertising agency Wicked Bionic has launched the “Know to Say No” campaign against human trafficking. Utilizing social media and impactful teen videos to empower parents, teachers, youth, and communities to recognize the signs and risks of human trafficking and take action to prevent it. Visit KnowToSayNo.com to learn more.
LOS ANGELES, July 12, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Wicked Bionic, the prestigious multicultural marketing and advertising agency, in partnership with the Los Angeles County Probation Department, has proudly launched the innovative “Know to Say No” Human Trafficking Campaign. This campaign supports Los Angeles County’s ongoing efforts to end the commercial sexual exploitation of children and youth in our communities.
Social Media Campaign
At the heart of the social and digital media campaign is a powerful ‘letter-writing’ initiative aimed at empowering the younger generation to be the frontrunners in the fight against child trafficking. The campaign leverages poignant videos featuring young people penning heartfelt letters to themselves, their parents, educators, peers, and the wider community to raise awareness and promote understanding of the realities of human trafficking and the signs to look for to help prevent this terrible crime.
Learn the Signs of Child Trafficking
The overarching goal of this trailblazing campaign is to educate, foster awareness, and stimulate proactive action. By spotlighting the tell-tale signs of child trafficking and emphasizing the vital role that each community member can play in its prevention, the campaign aims to equip every individual with the necessary knowledge and tools to make a difference. “Our goal with this campaign is to empower all communities, particularly our youth, to recognize the tactics exploiters use to recruit our young people into dangerous situations,” said Carlos Sapene, CEO and Media Strategist at Wicked Bionic. Co-founder Dana C. Arnett added, “We believe that change starts with the individual. By showcasing young people talking directly to the camera, we look to increase awareness of the risks and motivate the audience, through a direct connection, to become active contributors to the solution.”
“Know to Say No” is a call to action for all community members in our country to be vigilant and proactive in our schools, homes, and neighborhoods. Join us in the fight against human trafficking and help spread the word about the “Know to Say Know” campaign by downloading and sharing the campaign videos. By working together, we can make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children and youth in our communities.
Knowing the signs of human trafficking can help keep yourself, your kids, and your community safer. Remember, if you see something, say something. Learn the signs to look for and how to help at KnowToSayNo.com. For further information about this campaign, please contact [email protected].
“Our goal with this campaign is to empower all communities, particularly our youth, to recognize the tactics exploiters use to recruit our young people into dangerous situations,” said Carlos Sapene, CEO and Media Strategist at Wicked Bionic
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