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Dressember

Dressember uses fashion to advocate for women who’ve been exploited. As women take on the creative challenge of wearing a dress for the 31 days of December, they are advocating for the inherent dignity of all women.

The Dressember Foundation exists to inspire and empower a global community of like-minded women who are locking arms to face one of the greatest injustices of our time.

THE HEART OF DRESSEMBER IS FREEDOM– THAT EVERY WOMAN HAS THE RIGHT TO LIVE A VIBRANT AND AUTONOMOUS LIFE.

What began in 2009 as a quirky style challenge with a clever name spread like wildfire. Dressember is a month of wearing dresses, but it is so much more. At its core, Dressember is an embracing of the inherent freedom and feminity of all women.

In 2013, Dressember took on new meaning: opposing the worldwide trafficking and exploitation of women. In its first year as a fundraising campaign, Dressember aligned with International Justice Mission, a human rights organization that works to rescue victims of slavery, sexual exploitation, and other forms of violent oppression. Those who participate in Dressember are supporting the abolition of modern day slavery. In 2015, the Dressember campaign added a second grant partner: The A21 Campaign.

This is my first year joining this movement and it has completely changed my life. Everyday you get to wake up and put a dress on and you GET to be a voice. I have the incredible opportunity to educate someone on this matter and bring awareness to this awesome movement. God is allowing my voice to be heard in a very simple way. I encourage you all to read more about this and get educated on a BIG issue so YOU can be next to make a change. If you feel led I I will place the links below to sign up, donate financially, or just to educate yourself on this amazing movement. God Bless.

https://support.dressemberfoundation.org/fundraiser/856466

http://www.dressember.org/

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