March 12th is unofficially National Plant a Flower Day.
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Memorial gardens are a sustainable and beautiful way to honor a life well lived. Whether your garden honors the life of an individual or a group of people, they convey peace and quiet. As you look at the flowers and plants in your garden, you can think about the victims and survivors of modern day enslavement and what you can do about them.
Consider getting started today! Plan out what your garden might look like. You can even plant your first flower or two. Talk with members of your community as well. Maybe your neighborhood would benefit from a community garden with plants, veggies, and a simple plaque made by school groups. For inspiration, click the button above.
Forms of Abolition:
Forms of Slavery:
Domestic Servitude, Sex Trafficking, Forced Labor, Bonded Labor, Child Labor
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