The Just Ask Prevention Project is a not-for-profit organization (501 c 3) focused on exposing teen sex trafficking in the Washington, D.C. area, and mobilizing our community to prevent the crime. Our objective is to educate the public, through awareness and prevention campaigns, and to encourage friends, family, teachers, business leaders and neighbors to do their part to end trafficking.
The existence of a well-informed citizenry will decrease sex trafficker ability to operate in our area, and victims and survivors will feel safe to come forward to ask for help.
This request will target the teen population.
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Our website will provide insight into our prevention campaign. We need teens to understand that teen sex trafficking is occurring in our community and what they can do to avoid or get help for themselves or someone else. We have used poster design in the past that communicated things like - Not everyone on Facebook is your friend; there is no demographic that determines who is victimized; and that you may not always know the person you are in a relationship with (wolf in sheep's clothing concept). We are looking to re-image and present the issue in more relevant ways. Designs should specifically result in several posters options - final designs laid out in 8 1/2 x 11 format, 11 x 17, etc. Print ready. Teen population (audience for poster)is diverse African American: 10.2%; American Indian: .3%; Asian American: 19.4%; Hispanic: 24.6%; Multiracial: 5.0%; and White: 40.4%
Design should include at least a small Foundation logo (Just Ask to End Human Trafficking and the three color bars as depicted on website) somewhere.
Foundation is focused on teen sex trafficking, not labor trafficking
Some concepts - Human trafficking is happening here in your community, may be happening to you or your friends, how to help or get help
Risk factors include low self esteem, not knowing what healthy relationships are, interactions on online, being safe in the community - how to handle being approached by strangers
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