If you’ve been walking around the U.S. at all lately, you’ve probably noticed that there are red cracks appearing on sidewalks all over the country. It turns out that these cracks are being placed their purposely as part of the #RedSandProject, and the cracks represent all the people who fall through the cracks in human trafficking cases.
Molly Goochman, the head of this campaign, wrote on her website that “these interventions remind us that we can’t merely walk over the most marginalized people in our communities — those who fall through the metaphoric cracks.”
“The simple act of placing sand in a crack or posting a photo on social media may seem inconsequential, but small actions can help raise awareness of the issues facing those who are overlooked,” Molly stated, according to Mad World News.
Instead of focusing on all the race-baiting foolishness at places like Mizzou, we should instead be publishing REAL campaigns like this one.
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