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“Modern Warriors,” designed by two Chicago artists and mothers, was unveiled in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood as part of R.E.A.L. Friends Don’t. The campaign raises awareness and creates open, thoughtful dialogue around online safety. The mural is intended to provoke thought and spark conversation among community members – including adults and teens – about safety in the digital world.
The McCain Institute proud to wrap up a four-stop unveiling of its R.E.A.L. Friends Don’t billboard campaign across the state of Texas. These billboards are central to the McCain Institute’s R.E.A.L. Friends Don’t online safety campaign and are expected to reach over 100 million Texans by the end of this year.
The McCain Institute unveiled new billboards as part of an expansion of the nationwide online child safety campaign, R.E.A.L. Friends Don’t. The out-of-home advertising portion of the campaign is expected to reach 180+ million Texans in over 70 cities across the state, raising awareness about online safety and child exploitation.
The McCain Institute for International Leadership is proud to reaffirm its commitment to combatting human trafficking and exploitation by launching R.E.A.L. Friends Don’t, a national media campaign to increase awareness and educate parents and caregivers about online safety.
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