Carol Williams via Crowdrise
December 06, 2011
Hillary Marek wrote -The music portion of the Red Thread Movement gives bands and artists the chance to advocate against sex trafficking onstage and off. Supporting members sell the bracelets alongside their merchandise, play benefit shows, and use their voices to inform vast audiences about the horrors of sexual slavery. Mission of Red Thread Music To recruit bands and clothing companies to sell bracelets and promote the cause at concerts, spreading the word and creating a network of support for the Red Thread Movement.
Whether performing onstage or watching from the crowd, we know that there are many who share a passion for music that are also eager to heal our broken world. The music portion of the Red Thread Movement was initiated to spread awareness to this audience of individuals, because we know that they are prepared to dream big and to act boldly for that which needs to be voiced. We know that there are many who are ready to come together and create a family of support for these girls that have been scarred by the horrors of sexual slavery.
With your help, sex traffickers can be stopped and not ignored. With your help, the victimized girls will not feel forgotten, but will know they are loved. That is why we are here, asking for your help. The first step in action is awareness. Break the silence by telling others about this injustice and wear freedom so that they will know you choose to stand up against sexual slavery. Together, we can save the lives of thousands of more girls. We wear their freedom on our arms!
How To Get Involved 1. Contact Samantha@RedThreadMovement.org for an application.
2. Look for materials in the mail.
3. Wear the bracelets and promote them onstage to spread the word.
4. Sell bracelets at your merch table to raise support.
5. Mail in the proceeds and we will restock your supply.