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Did you know we produced an anti-slavery documentary called “Call+Response” with Dr. Cornel West, Moby, and Switchfoot?
In 2008, our CEO Justin Dillon directed Call+Response, a “rockumentary” about the world’s 29 million most terrifying secrets: modern-day slaves. The film has educated hundreds of thousands of people about the issue.
Want to watch C+R or check out the soundtrack? ORDER one today!
So far, your Sevenly shopping has more than halfway funded a Safe Village in India!!!
We’ve raised $4,095 so far. Let’s reach our goal of $7,500 to fully fund a Safe Village that protects 200 children from working in mica mines and gives them an education.
SHOP Sevenly’s collection today!
It means you can proudly wear your shirt knowing that it’s free of slave and child labor. All Sevenly apparel is WRAP certified and THIS WEEK ONLY, $7 of your Sevenly purchase goes to our MIAFW: India Campaign.
This EXCLUSIVE shirt won’t be around for long so buy one NOW!
In 1876, a child shines a man’s shoes. In 2013, a ten-year-old boy in #Syria carries a mortar shell in a weapons factory. These powerful images depict more than a century of child labor around the world.
LIKE if you believe that we need to make child labor a practice of the past.
For a LIMITED TIME, Sevenly has brought back their henna design to support #MIAFWindia!
Henna on a hand symbolizes a shield of protection. That’s fitting, because purchasing this inspiring shirt will protect children in India from dangerous child labor in mica mines.
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For nearly a decade, the foundation has worked with partners like Save the Children to provide children in India with four fundamental needs: a home, an education, basic health, and sustainable family income.
LIKE and SHARE to show your support for IKEA’s efforts to end child labor in India. Click here to read more!
Meet Hannah, one of our Summer Communications Fellows!
Hannah is studying Psychology and Education at UC Berkeley, where she’ll be a sophomore this fall. After participating in anti-human trafficking clubs on campus, she decided to spend her summer helping Made In A Free World develop social media and campaign content.
LIKE to help us thank Hannah for all her hard work this summer!