We continue to be thrilled by the dialogue started by campaign to change people's Facebook profile pictures to cartoon characters to raise awareness about the prevention of child abuse and neglect. This dialogue has occurred both among individuals, as well as, across the media, and we thought we would take a moment to share with you just some of the places in the media this conversation has happened.
(1) ABC Columbia did a brief segment on this campaign and spoke with staff from both Prevent Child Abuse America and Prevent Child Abuse South Carolina.
(2) Prevent Child Abuse America staff was quoted in AOL's Politics Daily column in a posting about the relationship between this campaign and the movie Tangled.
(3) Prevent Child Abuse America staff was quoted in the Metal Monster Marketing blog in a posting about Slaktivism and social media.
(4) Prevent Child Abuse America's initial blog post on this subject - "Some thoughts on Facebook profiles, cartoon characters, social movements and healthy child development" - was quoted in today's CityStateTimes.
Please let us know about places where you see this dialogue continuing and please continue to visit Prevent Child Abuse America to learn more about the role we all play in healthy child development and the prevention of child abuse and neglect.