Slavery isn't an issue limited to a few companies. In fact, slavery exists in most of the products we use everyday. Send a note to your favorite brands asking them to address forced labor in their supply chains.

Scroll down and use the search box to enter a specific brand.

Enter a specific brand name here.

Thank you.

Keep sending notes and please
share this page with your friends.

Dear ,

As a supporter of your business, I wanted to let you know I've recently become aware of an issue that affects us both: modern-day slavery. There are over 27 million people enslaved today, many of whom make the things we use and buy. This issue is quickly becoming a priority for millions of consumers world wide.

I'd like to know how much your company has investigated and mitigated the potential exposure to forced labor in your supply management systems.

Do you have a robust code of conduct that is current with recent forced labor data and prevention recommendations?
Are your suppliers, both direct and indirect, aware of your value for human rights and freedom?
How are you making sure your suppliers are living up to your expectations regarding forced labor?

I'm certain we share the same values of freedom and I know it’s challenging to address this complex issue.

My request is simple. Let me know that this is a priority for your business. Go to www.madeinafreeworld.com/business and sign up to learn more.

Sincerely,

[Your name will be here]

The products we use and buy contain slavery.

The good news is, you have the power to advocate for these men, women, and children by
inviting the brands you support to become Made In A Free World and commit to freedom.

Who Made My Jeans

Share this fact

Who Made My Jewelry

Share this fact

Who Made My Makeup

Share this fact