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Facebookers Changing Profile Pics to Cartoon Characters to Fight Child Abuse

December 4, 2010 13 comments

Pages promoting the Childhood Cartoon Faces campaign encourage users to change their profile pictures to their favorite cartoon character for a good cause.
Have you been on Facebook lately and wondering why your friends and family are looking more like Homer Simpson or Wilma Flintstone?

A new social media campaign known as Childhood Cartoon Faces hopes to raise awareness of violence against children by encouraging Facebook users to ditch traditional pictures in favor of the cartoon images.

“Change your Facebook profile picture to a cartoon from your childhood and invite your friends to do the same,” said the Campaign to End Violence Against Children, a Facebook page.

“Until Monday [Dec. 6], there should be no human faces on Facebook but an invasion of memories,” the group also writes, meaning your friends’ pages should go back to normal by the start of the workweek.

This action is a collective effort to end or at least put a dent in ending child abuse for this weekend.  We have an epidemic in this country and our people need/must recognize the absolute need of awareness and prevention.

We always ask individuals, groups and Advocates to go the extra mile in their Advocacy, this is just one more way of making a viral impact on the matter-at-hand.  It is  simple and meaningful to change your profile picture for such a worthy and much needed eye-opener to many.  The thought of “it will never happen to my child (children) or in my community is the farthest from the truth.  Victimization can happen to anyone – but it our jobs as adults to keep our little ones best interest and safety always first.  They need our voices – be a voice.

Anything that we (Advocates) can do to bring much needed attention in support of bringing awareness and major attention to Stopping Child Abuse is a major step in the right direction. Again, our children (whether biological or not) need us and we are their voices.  Stand up and be a voice, take a stance.
Thank you for your support and Advocacy.
Take care and STAY SAFE!
Anny