12 Years a Slave Here and Now

Hope for Justice, a UK anti-slavery charity, is running an online advertising campaign relating the realities of modern slavery to the success of the Best Picture Oscar winner “12 Years a Slave”. In the lead up to the 86th Academy Awards Hope For Justice tweeted an image in the style of the 12 Years a Slave film poster, telling the story of a man called William who had been a slave for seven years. The campaign continued at @HopeForJustice with three further Twitter pictures, along with a newspaper advertisement telling the story of Emma, who was kept as a slave for five years, Jared conned by a trafficking gang for two years, Edward, a slave for three years.

2 Years a Slave

3 Years a Slave

5 Years a Slave

7 Years a Slave

Credits

The 12 Years a Slave campaign was developed at Dare London by chief creative officer Sean Thompson and designer Suki Rai. The people photographed in them are actors, but the stories are true.

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