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Submissions: Poster About Women's Issues, Human Trafficking [UPDATED]

Last week, we asked you to design a public-awareness campaign poster to draw attention to three key issues affecting women all over the world. The...

Last week, we asked you to design a public-awareness campaign poster to draw attention to three key issues affecting women all over the world. The issues? Human trafficking, childhood marriage, and childhood obesity. Yesterday we showed you the first batch, about childhood obesity, and today we're moving on to human trafficking. Check back tomorrow for childhood obesity, and be sure to weigh in in the comments. We'll announce the winners next Monday.

Thank you again to everyone who participated.


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