Cape Town - Last week #TheDress almost broke the internet when it was posted on social media sites sparking debate about whether or not it was white and gold or blue and black.
Now Salvation Army SA has used the "What colour is this dress" social media meme in a hard hitting viral campaign to stop abuse against women.
See the tweet here:
Compelling #domesticviolence victims campaign by @SalvationArmySA: Why is it so hard to see black & blue? pic.twitter.com/dKU6V5DQUE— The Salvation Army (@salvationarmyuk) March 6, 2015
Compelling #domesticviolence victims campaign by @SalvationArmySA: Why is it so hard to see black & blue? pic.twitter.com/dKU6V5DQUE
— The Salvation Army (@salvationarmyuk) March 6, 2015
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