My Brand New Outfit, Head to Toes
Okay now normally I would cringe at the idea of my Mom buying me clothes,…
What subject matter are you passionate about? Is there something that happens in this world that you just feel like being the voice of reason for? Do you believe in the Freedom of Speech and utilize it to try to spread awareness about a topic you believe in? That is what this No Mas campaign is all about,
No mas oppression! No mas censorship! No mas silence! Change can start with two simple words…”No mas!” What do you say, “No Mas” to? Create your own personalized No Mas badge and share it with your community.
Note: Not all badges need to be serious! Have fun with them and encourage your community to do the same. (Ex: “No Mas Meanies,” “No Mas Crying Babies,” “No Mas Burnt Toast,” etc.)
Meanies are something I can say No Mas to, having three school aged children it is often that I hear this story of a kid calling my kid slow, even crippled to the other, and then there are times where kids are just meanies as in they tell my son he is not allowed to play with certain groups of people. Thankfully my kids are pretty strong, independent little people because otherwise they would not know how to properly ignore or handle these meanies. With that being said I certainly think that saying No Mas to meanies is my passionate topic I want to reach out and support the battle against!
Like my No Mas badge? Create your own No Mas badge and share it on the internet, then come here to comment so I can go see what your No Mas badge is all about!
Watch the No Mas video, create your own No Mas Badge, sign the petition and keep moving forward to support Freedom of Speech in whatever you are passionate about! The right to Freedom of Speech is so vitally important to many of us, let’s keep speaking out for what we believe in! Power to the People!
Learn more about No Mas on their website and join @takepart on Twitter every Monday in February at 11am (EST) to discuss the issues of free speech!
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