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January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month

Human trafficking affects millions across the globe. Each January, the Center for Countering Human Trafficking’s (CCHT) Blue Campaign recognizes National Human Trafficking Prevention Month (HTPM) to raise awareness of and combat this heinous crime. 

January 11 marks National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, also known as #WearBlueDay. On this day, Blue Campaign invites individuals and offices to:

  • Wear blue, the international color of human trafficking awareness, to state your commitment to help save lives. Need inspiration? See how other organizations have participated.
  • Post a photo of yourself, or with your colleagues, on your personal or organization’s social media channels using the hashtag #WearBlueDay to show your commitment to wearing blue and raising awareness! You can also download ready-to-use #WearBlueDay graphics and captions to post on your social channels to spread the word. Don’t forget to tag @DHSBlueCampaign. Follow and tag us on social media (@DHSBlueCampaign on TwitterInstagram, and Facebook) so we can see how you are participating.
  • Encourage your colleagues, friends, and family to do the same.

5 Ways We Can Work Together to Prevent Human Trafficking |

Blue Campaign HTPM One-Pager.pdf


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