Darkness To Light Case Study

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Darkness to Light’s Advertisement’s on Preventing Sexual Child Abuse
Darkness to Light, also known as D2L, is a non-profit organization driven to prevent sexual child abuse. It began in the year 2000 aiming to reduce the incidents of abuse against children by raising public awareness and educating people not only in their community but all across the nation and world. With all the support D2L’s community gave and all the money raised, it was able to launch the following year in June of 2001. The Darkness to Light organization over the past 13 years has resulted in over 700,000 copies of the awareness training D2L has created to be shared across the globe; including over 7,000 facilitators who teach the curriculum in all 50 states and in 16
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The girls are seen from the midsection down holding hands in the midst of white and light pink flower petals. Each girl is seen releasing flower petals from her hands onto the floor and the rose petals lay beneath her feet. The background is a mid-shade of green and both girls are dressed in black skirts with no shoes, leaving their legs and feet bear. The picture leaves an expression of sadness from the dark clothing and falling rose petals verbalizing something has been lost. The light colored leaflets rhetorically signifying innocence and purity are stepped upon in an effort to relay that same grief. Indeed there is something to grieve about when a child is sexually abused and the beauty of security is trampled on; as represented by this …show more content…
It fights to be seen and heard and it desires to stand out in order to stand up for what its context voices. The text reads “Great teachers need the tools to protect our kids”. In smaller text, directly underneath the bold wordage, it reads “Child sexually abuse prevention training can keep classes safe.” The words reel in its audience by using logic and reasoning as to what can be done and why. D2Ls mission is to prevent sexual child abuse and who better to be aware than the educators who make an impact in every child’s life? Where better to be educated on the issue of abuse than in the chambers every child enters into? The text clearly raises concern and zeal for the audience of teachers, parents, and caregivers to be onboard with its appeal for logic and reasoning. Parents and caregivers will want to pass it along to educators and educators will want to be aware of how better to protect the children in their

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